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Powell advised Bush to send more troops to Iraq

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Sunday defended the Bush administration’s Iraq war planning after her predecessor, Colin Powell, said he had made a case to send more troops to deal with the war’s aftermath. Rice also said she did not “remember specifically” what instance Powell was referring to on his recommending to President George W. Bush that more troops be sent. In an interview with a private British television station on Sunday, Powell said there had been debates about the size of the force and how to deal with the aftermath. Full Story

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