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Guess What Clinton's Assistant Secretary of State Had to Say about Saddam's Nuke Program in 2002?

4:58 PM, Nov 1, 2005 • By DANIEL MCKIVERGAN
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Within four or five years, [Iraq] could have the capability to threaten most of the Middle East and parts of Europe with missiles armed with nuclear weapons containing high-enriched uranium produced indigenously. Within that same period, it could threaten U.S. territory with nuclear weapons delivered by non-conventional means. If Iraq managed to get its hands on sufficient quantities of already produced fissile material, these threats could arrive much earlier.

Robert Einhorn testimony before the Senate Gov't Affairs Committee, March 1, 2002