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In Depth (Iraq Policy) #739462

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 10, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The administration’s campaign to stop the erosion of support for US policy in Iraq noted. [Vice President Dick CHENEY – denounces critics of the Iraq war.]

(White House: David Gregory) Behind-the-scenes anxiety within the administration about the situation in Iraq examined; details given about the shakeup giving some of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld’s powers in Iraq to National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. [Yesterday, President BUSH – says we’re making great progress.] [Monday, BUSH – explains Rice’s job.] [Wednesday, RUMSFELD – comments.] [Former Clinton National Security member Daniel BENJAMIN††- comments on the Pentagon’s size & influence.] [Foreign policy expert James MANN††- comments on the strong personalities comprising Bush’s war cabinet.] [Pentagon advisor Ken ADELMAN†- says the move is recognition that we are in a new phase of operations.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Gregory, David

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