CIA and the White House NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr examines a dispute between the CIA and the White House. The CIA knew that documents claiming Niger sold enriched uranium to Iraq were forgeries nearly a year before President Bush cited them in his State of the Union address. The White House claims not to have been told the documents weren't legitimate.
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NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr examines a dispute between the CIA and the White House. The CIA knew that documents claiming Niger sold enriched uranium to Iraq were forgeries nearly a year before President Bush cited them in his State of the Union address. The White House claims not to have been told the documents weren't legitimate.