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George Bush decided he wanted a war: Pierre Salinger

"The Gulf War was the most interesting piece of reporting that I did because 
it came out with a story that the press didn't tell the America people ... 
that the Gulf War was absolutely unnecessary....   George Bush decided he 
wanted a war.   And George Bush decided to tell Saddam Hussein to go ahead 
and invade Kuwait."    Pierre Salinger.  
Does anybody know of a url and/or further details regarding Pierre Salinger's 
statement please ??
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