Tenet Defends Iraq Arms Data Defending pre-war intelligence on weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, CIA director George Tenet says his analysts "never said there was an imminent threat." Tenet says intelligence analysts came to different conclusions on the state of Iraq's weapons programs -- and made those differences clear to the Bush administration. Hear NPR's Vicky O'Hara.
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Tenet: CIA Never Claimed Imminent Threat

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Tenet: CIA Never Claimed Imminent Threat

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Tenet: CIA Never Claimed Imminent Threat

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Defending pre-war intelligence on weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, CIA director George Tenet says his analysts "never said there was an imminent threat." Tenet says intelligence analysts came to different conclusions on the state of Iraq's weapons programs — and made those differences clear to the Bush administration. Hear NPR's Vicky O'Hara.

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