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In his latest book,  State of Denial , Bob Woodward reports that former CIA Director George Tenet and his aide, Cofer Black, gave Condoleezza Rice their "starkest warning" that al…

Records Show CIA Told Rice of Imminent Terror Threat

In his latest book, State of Denial , Bob Woodward reports that former CIA Director George Tenet and his aide, Cofer Black, gave Condoleezza Rice their "starkest warning" that al…

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