Five years after the fall of Baghdad, the former Pentagon official talks about the decision to invade Iraq in 2003, who was responsible for the faulty intelligence that Saddam Hussein’s regime possessed WMDs and what the inter-agency fighting that he says stymied post-war planning.

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