Charlie Rose with Richard Durbin; Douglas Feith; Ron Wyden February 16, 2007
First, Senator Richard Durbin, the Democratic Whip, talks about an upcoming procedural vote that may determine when the Senate votes on a non-binding resolution condemning President Bush's decision to implemenet a troop surge in Iraq. Next, Doug Feith, a former high-ranking Pentagon official during the lead-up to the Iraq war, defends the Administration's use of pre-war intelligence and the decision of the Pentagon to establish a special office for interpreting CIA information. He talks about Pentagon intelligence briefings for the Secretary of Defense, the role of the Director of the CIA in shaping intelligence analyses, and the alleged intervention of White House officials. Finally, Senator Ron Wyden, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, discusses a new report by the Inspector General of the Pentagon condemning the oversight provided by Pentagon official Douglas Feith over intelligence gathering and assessment prior to the invasion of Iraq.
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