Rice Grilled on Iraq Secretary of state nominee Condoleezza Rice addresses tough questions from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee about the justification for the war in Iraq and an exit strategy. She returned Wednesday to the Capitol for a second round of questioning.
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Condoleezza Rice Faces Tough Questioning on Iraq

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Condoleezza Rice Faces Tough Questioning on Iraq

Condoleezza Rice Faces Tough Questioning on Iraq

Condoleezza Rice Faces Tough Questioning on Iraq

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Secretary of state nominee Condoleezza Rice addresses tough questions from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee about the justification for the war in Iraq and an exit strategy. She returned Wednesday to the Capitol for a second round of questioning.

Condoleezza Rice at her U.S. Senate confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 18. Reuters hide caption

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