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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(White House: Campbell Brown) President Bush's warning that terrorism sponsor Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda have been trying to get materials for nuclear weapons and use other weapons of mass destruction reported; scenes shown of Bush and French President Jacques Chirac at the White House. [BUSH - says nations will be held accountable for inactivity.]
(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Reality check story introduced.
(State Department: Andrea Mitchell) The odds of terrorists making and using nuclear weapons against the United States examined. [Former State Department counterterrorism coordinator Michael SHEEHAN - says he knew that Al Qaeda was trying to develop weapons of mass destruction.] [BUSH - says bin Laden's intention is to build a nuclear weapon.] [Institute for Science and International Security David ALBRIGHT - says information for developing a simple bomb is available.]
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Brown, Campbell;
- Mitchell, Andrea
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