NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 02, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Washington: Lisa Myers) The view that more Iraqis would have surrendered if there had been more Iraqi exiles fighting with the Americans explored; details given about hundreds of Iraqi-Americans who applied to the Pentagon to help oust Iraqi President Saddam Hussein as part of the Free Iraqi Forces. [Iraqi exile Mahdy al TAWAB- says we know the locations, the language and the people.] [NBC News analyst Gen. Wayne DOWNING- says we could have trained thousands of skilled Iraqis.] [Former CIA officer Duane CLARRIDGE- says Iraqis could have made a difference in the towns & cities.]
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