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Iraq-US Relations / Congressmen Interview #710984

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 27, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Representatives David Bonior & Jim McDermott, who are on a Congressional junket to Baghdad, Iraq. [McDERMOTT - says war would be worse for the children of Iraq; states it is hard for him to consider supporting a war because of the situation in Iraq because there is no evidence of weapons of mass destruction; wants to disarm Iraqi President Saddam Hussein & not push for a regime change.] [BONIOR - says the weapons inspectors should be allowed to come into Iraq with free access so we can move towards peace; states the actions by the international community against Iraq just create more problems, so we need to create dialogue & not go to war.]

Brown, Aaron

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