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Iraq-US Relations / Targeting Saddam / Armey #707678

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 09, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The opposition from Republican Representative Dick Armey to President Bush's administration's targeting of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein for military action examined. [ARMEY - says without proper provocation we will not have the support of other nations; states his view to let Saddam alone within his own borders; questions U.N. inspections of Iraqi nuclear facilities.] Statement from White House spokesman Scott McClellan† quoted. [Senator Larry CRAIG†- offers views on Saddam.] The question of what is "provocation" discussed.

Brown, Aaron;
Karl, Jonathan

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