Verbatim: Aug. 11, 2003

"The Iraqis had over two decades to develop these weapons. And hiding them was an essential part of their program." DAVID KAY, who is overseeing the Bush Administration's hunt for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, after testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee. Kay says that Iraqis who were involved in weapons programs are helping inspection teams

"I take personal responsibility for everything I say." President George W. Bush, at a Rose Garden press conference, when asked how a now widely discredited claim that Iraq sought to buy uranium in Africa made it into his January State of the...

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