Source Pravda.Ru

The White House Believes That Saddam Hussein Is Dead

The head of the White House adminstration Andrew Card, believes that Saddam Hussein is dead.

I think he is dead, Card said on Wednesday evening in his electronic "conversation" in the Internet with the visitors to the White House's official site.

It is good news that this regime no longer poses threat to the people of Iraq, to the United States or to our allies, underscored the head of the US presidential administration. The electronic "conversation" in the Internet by Andrew Card, who is one of the most influential figures in the entourage of the American President, lasted thirty minutes and became the first experience of a high-ranking representative of the presidential administration directly talking with the Americans and foreign citizens via the White House's Internet site. On the whole, Card answered seventeen questions.

According to the press service of the US President, from now on such "conversations" with the participation of key figures of the American government will take place on a regular basis.

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