Bush on the Defensive about Iraq Claims

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President Bush reasserts claims that Saddam Hussein posed a grave and imminent threat to the United States and other nations. Bush's remarks follow recent statements from the former chief weapons inspector in Iraq, David Kay, that no weapons stockpiles have been found or are likely to be found in the country. Kay's comments have renewed scrutiny of pre-war intelligence. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster.

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