Carl Levin Quotes
This newly declassified information provides additional, dramatic evidence that the administrations prewar statements were deceptive, ... More than a year before Secretary Powell included that charge in his presentation to the United Nations, the DIA had said it believed the detainee's claims were bogus.
That's what President Bush said in his speech yesterday at the FBI Academy in Quantico. After the attacks on Britain, our closest ally in the war on terrorism, it is an astonishing thing to say. It's a very insensitive statement with regard to the British, ... Tony Blair must absolutely have blanched when he heard that.
Whether we find weapons or we don't find weapons, the allegations, with certainty, that there were weapons of mass destruction, imminently available and would be used by Saddam Hussein, was based on intelligence which seems to me ... was exaggerated. Nothing I saw on this trip changed my view of the troubling nature of that evidence.