Bush, Kerry Spar over Iraq Following a report stating Iraq had no chemical or biological weapons, President Bush says Saddam Hussein "retained the knowledge, the materials, the means and the intent to produce weapons of mass destruction." Sen. John Kerry says the Bush administration is in a state of denial about the findings. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne.
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Following WMD Report, Candidates Spar over Iraq

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Following WMD Report, Candidates Spar over Iraq

Following WMD Report, Candidates Spar over Iraq

Following WMD Report, Candidates Spar over Iraq

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Following a report stating Iraq had no chemical or biological weapons, President Bush says Saddam Hussein "retained the knowledge, the materials, the means and the intent to produce weapons of mass destruction." Sen. John Kerry says the Bush administration is in a state of denial about the findings. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne.