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National security adviser says Saddam was a gathering threat
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WASHINGTON Condoleezza Rice says Saddam Hussein had an insatiable appetite for weapons of mass destruction.

And the national security adviser tells "Fox News Sunday" he was "a gathering and growing threat, and it was time to take care of it." Rice adds she doesn't believe that a new U-S report which finds no evidence Saddam had stocks of either chemical or biological weapons undermines the war, even though that was one of the administration's main arguments for action.

Rice says at the time, the entire world thought that Saddam likely had stockpiles of banned weapons. She says, "It was time to take care of this threat. You were never going to break the link between Saddam Hussein and weapons of mass destruction."

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