U.S. Policy Toward Iraq
The address was televised on all major cable news networks as well as Fox broadcast affiliates.
In a nationally televised address from the Museum Center in Cincinnati, President Bush reiterated his case against Saddam Hussein with emphasis on the danger to the U.S., as well as the Middle East. He cautioned that waiting might prove catastrophic. The president was setting the stage for a congressional vote on a resolution authorizing the president to use force against Iraq.
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