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White House Alters Tone of Iraq Weapons Talk

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White House Alters Tone of Iraq Weapons Talk

White House Alters Tone of Iraq Weapons Talk

White House Alters Tone of Iraq Weapons Talk

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President Bush and his top aides are modulating the tone of their discussion of the question of whether Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction prior to the US invasion of Iraq last year. The change comes a week after former U.S. arms inspector David Kay expressed doubts that Iraq possessed the weapons. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

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