The New York Times reports that "The Republican chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee lashed out at the White House on Thursday, criticizing attempts by the Bush administration to keep secret parts of a report on the role Iraqi exiles played in building the case for war against Iraq. The chairman, Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas ... chastised the White House for efforts to classify most of the part that examines intelligence provided to the Bush administration by the Iraqi National Congress, an exile group. ... One completed section of the Senate report is said to be a harsh critique of how information from the Iraqi exile group made its way into intelligence community reports." Funded with hundreds of millions of U.S. tax dollars, and created and assisted by the Rendon Group, Ahmed Chalabi's Iraqi National Congress was the source for the most compelling and higly publicized lies and deceptions about Iraq's non-existent Weapons of Mass Destruction program.
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