Duelfer Report: Saddam Had Intent but No WMD

The government releases its most recent account of Iraq's arms programs. The conclusion: Saddam Hussein posed a diminishing threat at the time the United States invaded. We get a reaction from a former U.S. chief arms inspector.

Guests:

Mike Shuster, NPR's diplomatic correspondent

David Kay, former U.N. Weapons Inspector in Iraq

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