President Bush admitted there were no WMDs in Iraq. He was a fool.
This is how he should have handled it:
He should have acted outraged that there were no WMDs found yet, and said that he was launching a full investigation.
In fact, President Bush should have said that he only found out about the lack of WMDs when he saw it on TV or read it in the paper. He knew nothing about WMDs before then.
President Bush thinks that the problem stems from a few "low-level" staffers at the CIA office in Cincinnati and that there is not a smidgen of corruption regarding the intelligence data.
When questioned by Congress about the lack of WMDs, Bush Secretary of State, Condoleeza Rice said "What difference does it make?"
But, right now, President Bush is really angry and thinks that, if it is true, then he will not tolerate it....no American should tolerate it. But, the allegations are not true and that there needs to be an investigation first and that investigation could take several years.
Fast forward to today:
Now that President Bush is out of office, he was asked about the WMD allegations and said "Dude, that was like ten years ago".
Submitted by Virtual Newsroom