Colin Powell slams Bush


Mon, Jun 16th, 2008 15:43 by capnasty NEWS

''Powell told the audience that he wouldn't have agreed with the decision to go to war had he known that the data about Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein having weapons of mass destruction was exaggerated.

Powell said that every word of what he called his 'infamous' presentation about WMD had been vetted by the intelligence community -- 'and I had no reason to disbelieve it.' ''

And that's why he was made general.



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