Iraq Intelligence

Iraq Intelligence

Senate committee: Bush knew Iraq claims weren't true

A long-awaited Senate Intelligence Committee report made public this morning concludes that President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney made public statements to promote an invasion of Iraq that they knew at the time were not supported by available intelligence. "There is a fundamental difference between relying on incorrect intelligence and deliberately painting a picture to the American people that you know is not fully accurate," said Sen. John D. Rockefeller IV, the committee's chairman.

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