Critics: Bush Ignored Warnings on Iraq

Two months before the war in Iraq, the National Intelligence Council warned President Bush that an invasion could lead to unrest, even guerrilla warfare. Critics say the president ignored that warning at great cost. The White House maintains it made the right decision. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.

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