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Iraq War / Woodward Book #906989

FNC Evening News for Monday, Oct 02, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) President Bush's administration’s reaction to reporter Bob Woodward’s new book, “State of Denial,” which claims that the administration concealed problems with the Iraq war reviewed; details given on the attempts to get Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld fired. [White House spokesman Tony SNOW†- defends Rumsfeld.]

(Washington: Jim Angle) Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s response to the book’s claims that she ignored a warning from then-CIA director George Tenet†† about the September 11 attacks examined; Woodward’s book quoted on screen. [SNOW†- defends Rice.] 9/11 Commission members’ comments about the meeting with Tenet noted.

Smith, Shepard;
Angle, Jim

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