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Cheney says Kerry doesn't know what happened to missing weapons in Iraq
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PENSACOLA, Fla. Dick Cheney rejects John Kerry's criticism of the handling of the Iraq war. And he says the Democrat "doesn't know" what happened to a huge load of missing explosives.

Campaigning in Florida, the vice president told a rally that Kerry "will say and do anything except give our troops the backing and praise they deserve."

The vice president says a top Kerry adviser has "admitted" the facts are unclear surrounding the disappearance of nearly 400 tons of explosives from an Iraqi military site.

He was referring to an interview earlier this week in which Richard Holbrooke said he didn't know what happened to the material. In the interview, Holbrooke then told Fox News, "I do know one thing: in most administrations the buck stops in the Oval Office."

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