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THE IRAQ WAR

Bush dismissed advice to give inspectors time, Gephardt says

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / January 14, 2004

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NEW YORK -- Democratic presidential candidate Richard A. Gephardt, who supported the war in Iraq, said yesterday he had personally urged President Bush to give international inspectors enough time to search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. But Bush, Gephardt said, ignored his pleas. (Full Article: 496 Words)

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