Description: NEWSFEED: 5/04 100 MIN DAVID KAYE HOLDS BRIEFING TALKING ABOUT WMD'S, G W BUSH HOLDS BRIEFING IN OVAL OFFICE, RALPH NADER RUNS;INT ws people sit down in Institute of Peace, woman begins proceedings regarding discussion of WMD, man takes podium, speaks; INT man continues speaking about war in Iraq, WMD, David Kaye speaks, indicates he doesn't think there are WMD in Iraq;INT man continues giving reasons why WMDs have not been found and why they won't be found for a while if at all; INT Kaye speaks of lies told by Iraqi government, again mentions difficulties in finding WMD INT Kaye compares current Iraq to former Soviet Union; INT Kaye recalls gas crisis of late 1970s, in discussing that conflicts with the middle east are nothing new;INT Kaye discusses the failures of 9/11; INT briefing continues, Kaye admits that most people had consistent belief that Iraq did have WMD before reports came out;INT Kaye wishes that US secretaries of defense spent more time prior to 9/11 w/analysts, states Cheney is fearful of analysts;INT Kaye recalls other terrorist & totalitarian states such as Russia & Nazi Germany, discusses Sadaam & his sons;INT Kaye wraps up his speech to applause takes a few questions from reporters regarding war in Iraq; INT set of lights go out disrupting Kaye's speech, he goes back to talking & taking questions; INT Kaye discusses Iraq society,doesn't understand limits put on program INT Kaye continues speaking, discusses possibilities of uranium found in Iraq; INT a bit more of Kaye talking about lack of evidence regarding WMDs; INT Oval Office--Condoleeza Rice & Colin Powell watch president Bush hold briefing, z-in Bush, he talks about the economy;DX EXT Ralph Nader supporters argue w/John Kerry supporters even though they both want the same thing; DX EXT Nader enters limo (V/O of Spanish news reporter), quick shots of Nader, Kerry & John Edwards; INT Kerry gives speech to supporters, Edwards cheers w/supporters;
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