Skip to comments.Another four hours of 2003 Iraq War, Tapes 21 and 22
Posted on 02/18/2018 8:06:11 AM PST by mairdie
Iraq War - Part 1 - Tape 21 - White House News Conference - 9 Apr 2003 2:30pm ET
Ari Fleischer News Conference - press trying to get Bush to say when war will be over; celebration in street; press following Iraqi ambassador (the game is over - we hope peace will prevail); compares this to Baghdad Bob saying corner of airport left so that the US could run in during bombing pauses to take pictures
Iraq War - Part 2 - Tape 21 - Baghdad Celebrating - 9 Apr 2003 3:30pm ET - MSNBC
Quiet after nightfall; Col. Jack Jacobs discusses; Baghdad streets empty; warning that now the resistance will begin; still haven't found WMD; Iraqis in US jubilant; wondering what the part of Iraq that doesn't have TV knows; Chris Matthews - US shouldn't take victory lap, it's really about taking down a govt the US doesn't like, we need to find WMD
Iraq War - Part 1 - Tape 22 - Arab Reaction - 9 Apr 2003 7pm ET
A few moments of Cheney's laughter; Bush not yet declaring victory, but Iraqis celebrating; still air strikes 90 mi from Baghdad; starting to plan what part of old administration can remain; explaining importance of Tikrit; Al-Jazeera still a downer; Russia smuggling files out of Baghdad; Independence Day
Iraq War - Part 2 - Tape 22 - Arab Reaction - 9 Apr 2003 8pm ET
Dick Morris - divorce from media when liberated people cheer, big losers - liberal media and UN, big winner - oval office; Col Hunt - we don't want trials, prefer dead or alive; Keith Olbermann - doves shot down; Newt Gingrich - looking at left's position
ping for later.
That reminds me.
There is a bunch of awesome Youtube videos of WWII radio broadcasts by year, some amazing stuff on there.
Here is the playlist:
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