Bush: Good Call to Invade Iraq On a campaign trip through the Midwest, President Bush defends his decision to invade Iraq, saying it was justified despite that no weapons of mass destruction have been found. Before a crowd of supporters in Marquette, Mich., the president emphasized that the U.N. Security Council and other U.S. leaders had found Iraq to be a threat. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook.
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Bush Insists Iraq Invasion Was Right Call

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Bush Insists Iraq Invasion Was Right Call

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Bush Insists Iraq Invasion Was Right Call

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On a campaign trip through the Midwest, President Bush defends his decision to invade Iraq, saying it was justified despite that no weapons of mass destruction have been found. Before a crowd of supporters in Marquette, Mich., the president emphasized that the U.N. Security Council and other U.S. leaders had found Iraq to be a threat. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook.