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The War Room (Iraq-US Relations / Woolsey, Hersh, Peck Interview-Part I) #724133

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 27, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Ensor) The refusal of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to allow U.N. weapons inspectors back into Iraq featured; details given of options for dealing with Iraq. [President BUSH - says Saddam should let inspectors in.] [Nixon Center Geoffrey KEMP†- says the break-up of Iraq is not a pleasant option.]

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with former CIA director James Woolsey†, investigative journalist Seymour Hersh† and former US Chief of Mission in Iraq Edward Peck† about dealing with Iraq. [WOOLSEY – says we need to change the regime in Iraq; says talking to Iraq will do no good.] [PECK - asks why the US and Iraq cannot talk.] [HERSH - says there is not any strong Iraqi opposition to Saddam.]

Blitzer, Wolf;
Ensor, David

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