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The War Room (Adelman, Korb, Walker Interviews-Part II) #724258

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 29, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion continued with Ken Adelman†, former Assistant Defense Secretary Lawrence Korb†, and Middle East Institute president Edward Walker about possible future directions in the war on terrorism. [WALKER - says the US should continue the war thru the cooperation of the coalition partners and enlist Russia on a firmer position against Iraq; comments on Iran’s nuclear capability.] [KORB – says the next step should be to get permission from the U.N. to go after the sites where Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction; says the long-term goal in Iran is a more friendly government that does not support terrorism.] [ADELMAN – states the evidence that Mohamed Atta†† met with the head of Iraqi intelligence prior to September 11 is on example of proof that Iraq was involved in the attack on America; says we should support Iran.]

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