Bush Defends Iraq Weapons Claims

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President Bush defends the quality of intelligence he received on Iraq's banned weapons programs, calling it "darn good." Bush's comments follow renewed criticism of an incorrect claim he made in his January State of the Union speech that Iraq had tried to purchase uranium for nuclear weapons. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.

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