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MSNBC News Services
Updated: 1 hour, 27 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - With Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf standing at his side, President Bush President said Friday he was “taken aback” by Musharraf's allegation that Washington threatened to bomb Pakistan back to the Stone Age if it did not cooperate in the fight against terrorism after the Sept. 11 attacks.
Originally posted by SIRR1
It is looking like Musharraf has been pulled aside and told to change his story.
Sept. 22: Richard Armitage told NBC News that he would “never issue a threat that I couldn’t deliver on,” despite Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s claim the U.S. threatened to use military force against his country after Sept. 11.
For his part, Musharraf declined to comment and cited a contract agreement with a publisher on an upcoming book. However, he told CBS the Stone Age warning "was a very rude remark."