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NBC News' Richard Engel, who in April was promoted to chief foreign correspondent, has written a book, released today, about the years he spent reporting in Iraq. The book is titled War Journal: My Five Years In Iraq, and it contains an explosive interview with President Bush. The president makes several controversial, some might say shocking, statements (from Muckraked):
"I know people are saying we should have left things the way they were, but I changed after 9/11. I had to act. I don't care if it created more enemies. I had to act."
Originally posted by deltaboy
Invading Afghanistan created more enemies. Or we already had enemies. Kill the terrorists they be pissed off anyways. Don't kill em, the American people be pissed off. Indeed we be creating more enemies.