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Powell Says Doubts May Have Changed Decision on War

Secretary of State Colin Powell told The Washington Post that he does not know whether he would have recommended an invasion of Iraq had he known that Saddam Hussein had no stockpiles of banned weapons. In an interview published on Tuesday, Powell told the paper: “The absence of a stockpile changes the political calculus; it changes the answer you get.” But Powell conceded that the administration’s conviction that Saddam already had banned weapons had made the case for war more urgent, the newspaper reported. Full Story

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