Iraq Woes Strain Rumsfeld's White House Ties

Growing criticism of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's postwar planning for Iraq is straining relations between Rumsfeld and the White House. The persistent problems in Iraq may end up changing Rumsfeld's plans to transform the U.S. military into a smaller, more agile force. Hear NPR's Eric Westervelt.

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