Description: NEWSFEED: SEPTEMBER 26, 2002, PENTAGON, DONALD RUMSFELD, HURRICANE ISADORE, COLIN POWELL ; PENTAGON PRESS CONFERENCE: INT CU Donald Rumsfeld talking head about Iraq & its ties to Al Quaeda ; PENTAGON CONT. Rumsfeld cracks himself up as he asks America to quit asking for hard evidence for threats that haven't happened yet ; PENTAGON CONT. Rumsfeld keeps on about how England is behind us and we should whup Iraq w/ or w/out UN United Nations support ; PENTAGON CONT. Rumsfeld introduces an Army general (I believe his name is Pacey) who talks head about training for desert combat ; PENTAGON CONT. Back to Rumsfeld's CU as he grins away & talks about Pacey's training plan & how successful we will be in the war; Did you know Rumsfeld never served himself?..He avoided the draft during the Korean conflict being a professor at his own Alma Mater the same year he graduated....The same University, in fact, where his father was a Dean..PENTAGON CONT. CU Rumsfeld fields some pointed questions about the connection btw Iraq & Al Quaeda & loses his cool a little ; PENTAGON CONT. CU Rumsfeld keeps answering questions ; PENTAGON CONT. Z-OUT to MS Rumsfeld & Gen. Pacey in frame as Rumsfeld vigorously denies that the US has bombed civilians in Iraq ; PENTAGON CONT. CU Pacey defends blowing up a dual-use (military & civilian) airport ; PENTAGON CONT. Back to MS as both Rumsfeld & Gen. continue talking head, CU Rumsfeld gets into how Iraq dupes the media ; PENTAGON CONT. CU Rumsfeld wraps it up ; HURRICANE ISADORE: DX MS Cop hangs out next to caution-tape barrier, VAR DX WS New Orleans streets blocked w/caution tape ; ISADORE: DX CU USBank sign, WS Cops huddle together in US Bank parking lot ; SEATTLE: DX CU WS Several fire engines parked underneath a monorail: VAR angles of same ;COLIN POWELL: INT CU POWELL Sits at a mic at the U.N. & basically begs for more support against Iraq ;
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