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The War Room (Adelman, Korb, Walker Interviews-Part I) #724255

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 29, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with Ken Adelman†, former Assistant Defense Secretary Lawrence Korb†, and Middle East Institute president Edward Walker about the survival of the Taliban and the next target in the war on terrorism. [KORB - says the Taliban will not last more than a few weeks; comments on support for a strike against Iraq.] [ADELMAN - says the US has gotten rid of one of the worst governments in the world and should keep on this roll; says Iraq should be the next war target.] [WALKER – comments on the resources needed to oust Iraqi President Saddam Hussein; says the US has lost credibility in the Middle East.]

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