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Profile: John Hannah

 
  

Positions that John Hannah has held:

  • Vice president's deputy assistant for national-security affairs


 

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January 29, 2003      Complete Iraq timeline

       US Secretary of State Colin Powell gives his chief of staff, Larry Wilkerson, a 48-page report from the White House on Iraq's arsenal of banned weapons. The dossier—written in the office of Dick Cheney under the guidance of his two hawkish aids, Lewis “Scooter” Libby and John Hannah—is meant to serve as the basis for Powell's upcoming speech to the UN (see 10:30 a.m. February 5, 2003). Powell, skeptical of the report's data, instructs Wilkerson to have it looked over by the CIA. The analysts at the agency will quickly determine that the documents are based on unreliable sources (see January 30, 2003-January 31, 2003). [Vanity Fair, 5/2004]
People and organizations involved: Larry Wilkerson, Colin Powell, Lewis Libby, John Hannah
          


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