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Iraq-US Relations / War Talk / Pollack Interview #723332

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 07, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Brookings Inst. Saban Center fellow CNN analyst Ken Pollack about Iraq. [From Washington, POLLACK - says the really important dates about Iraq have passed & today's talks at the U.N. are just political theater; argues the US is already at war; notes President Bush last night said we are going to war & other counties have to decide which side they will be on; reiterates the administration made up its mind a while ago; notes information indicates the Iraqi people are desperate to get rid of President Saddam Hussein because people are already dying, but they are nervous about the US postwar intentions; indicates the US has to start a humanitarian aid program immediately to show positive benefits from a war itself.]

Brown, Aaron

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