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War Room (Coalition At War) / Adelman, Hunter, Scowcroft Interview (Part II) #655053

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 02, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion continued with former United States arms control director Ken Adelman, former United States ambassador to NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Robert Hunter and former national security adviser Brent Scowcroft about the coalition for the war in Afghanistan. [ADELMAN - says the biggest danger is the use of weapons of mass destruction for terrorism by someone line Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.] [HUNTER - outlines the mission for the United States and the need to go after Saddam with support; suggests appointing a "supremo" to deal with Arab-Israeli peace.] [SCOWCROFT - questions taking out Saddam because he won the public relations war over sanctions.]

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