60 minutes interview condolezza rice dating
How much longer do you believe, given the intelligence information you obviously have, it will take for Saddam Hussein's government to have a nuclear bomb?
RICE: Well, we're going to be laying out for the American people and for the Congress in appropriate hearings and at the U.
It's not just the United States that's making this case. We do know that he is actively pursuing a nuclear weapon.
RICE: Well, the president is going to address the United Nations on Thursday.
He has been in consultations with members of the Perm Five.
CONDOLEEZZA RICE, NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER: There is no doubt that Saddam Hussein's regime is a danger to the United States and to its allies, to our interests.
It is also a danger that is gathering momentum, and it simply makes no sense to wait any longer to do something about the threat that is posed here. Every obligation that he signed onto after the Gulf War, so that he would not be a threat to peace and security, he has ignored and flaunted.