America's Spy Agencies "Dead Wrong" in Assessments About Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction
Vice President Dick Cheney, right, and Senator John McCain (R-AZ) confer while President Bush, second right, meets with members of the Commission on the Intelligence Capabilities of the United States Regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Cabinet Room at The White House, March 31, 2005. U.S. intelligence flaws that occurred in Iraq are 'still all too common' throughout an American spy community that knows disturbingly little about nuclear programs elsewhere, the commission reported on Thursday. Seated beside Bush is Virginia Republican Sen. Charles Robb, who co-led the commission.
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