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Report Downplays Threat of Iraqi Nuclear Weapons

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Report Downplays Threat of Iraqi Nuclear Weapons

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Report Downplays Threat of Iraqi Nuclear Weapons

Report Downplays Threat of Iraqi Nuclear Weapons

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The chief U.S. weapons inspector in Iraq says Saddam Hussein posed a diminishing threat when the United States invaded. The official, Charles Duelfer, found that Saddam had the desire but not the means to make nuclear weapons. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly and NPR's Melissa Block.

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