"I don't think they existed ... I don't think there was a large-scale production program in the '90s."
David Kay, stepping down as leader of the U.S. hunt for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, saying his work is finished
"We've found a couple of semitrailers ... I would deem that conclusive evidence, if you will, that he did have programs for weapons of mass destruction."
Dick Cheney, U.S. Vice President, asserting in an interview that former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein had been developing WMDs
"Please, God, help me cleanse the computer...
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