That was back during the 1980s when Iran and Iraq were at war. By the time Bush invaded Iraq was crippled by two decades of war and sanctions. WMDs were a lie.That guy sounds like he's just simpering around the edges and pretending to say something when he's not.
It's irrelevant to my argument how large the stockpiles were or how advanced their production was. The basic point was Saddam obviously had chemical and biological weapons - because he used them against the Iranians.
So you can either believe he destroyed them or moved them into Syria prior to the invasion. Given the evidence I've seen - I believe the latter, especially over the common narrative that nearly our entire Federal Government concocted the story so they could be made a fool of later and lose credibility on the world stage.
In respect to the regime change aspects of the Iraq war - we are probably in agreement. I did not support the Iraqi invasion or the way the war was handled. But as I say, I also don't buy the narrative that Saddam's WMD was all a lie, either.