Former President Ford told Bob Woodward in a 2004 interview not to be released until after his death that he disagreed with the Iraq War and the WMD j
December 27, 2006

hardball-ford1.jpgFormer President Ford told Bob Woodward in a 2004 interview not to be released until after his death that he disagreed with the Iraq War and the WMD justification used to make the case.

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Ford was also very critical of Rumsfeld and Cheney -- two men who rose to prominence during his presidency -- that he rightly believed were the driving forces behind the Iraq disaster.

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