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Bush, Blair and Iraqi Intelligence

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Bush, Blair and Iraqi Intelligence

Bush, Blair and Iraqi Intelligence

Bush, Blair and Iraqi Intelligence

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President Bush defended the quality of intelligence about Iraq and weapons of mass destruction as "darn good." Still the controversy continues. Who knew what, and when, in making the case for war? Guest host Lynn Neary revisits the evidence and the international row over WMDs.

Guests:

Michael Duffy
*Washington Bureau chief, Time magazine

Nick Fielding
*Senior reporter, The Sunday Times of London

David Welna
*NPR's Congressional Correspondent