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Under Fire, Tenet Testifies Before Senate

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Under Fire, Tenet Testifies Before Senate

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Under Fire, Tenet Testifies Before Senate

Under Fire, Tenet Testifies Before Senate

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CIA director George Tenet testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee, for the first time since former chief Iraq arms hunter David Kay said he doubted Iraq had weapons of mass destruction when the U.S. invaded. A senior Democrat on the panel has accused Tenet of giving false testimony to Congress shortly before the invasion got underway. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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