Bush Defends Iraqi Weapons Claims

President Bush defends the quality of intelligence he received from Britain on Iraq's alleged weapons programs, calling it "darn good." Bush's comments come days after the administration acknowledged it could not document his State of the Union claim in January that Iraq had been trying to buy uranium in Africa to develop nuclear weapons. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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