Who Lied Us Into War?

Ask George Tenet
Was the other George duped?
by Chris Moore
In Bob Woodward's 2004 book Plan of Attack, the famed Washington Post journalist details a pre-Iraq war conversation that allegedly took place between President Bush and then-CIA director George Tenet regarding whether or not Saddam Hussein truly possessed weapons of mass destruction.

According to the book's narrative, a hesitant and skeptical Bush asked Tenet: "George, how confident are you?"

"Don't worry, it's a slam-dunk," Tenet replied.

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