The highly classified CIA assessment was distributed to President Bush, Vice
President Cheney, the president's national security adviser and deputy national
security adviser, the secretaries and undersecretaries of State and Defense, and
various other senior Bush administration policy makers, according to government
The Senate Intelligence Committee has asked the White House for
the CIA assessment, the PDB of September 21, 2001, and dozens of other PDBs as
part of the committee's ongoing investigation into whether the Bush
administration misrepresented intelligence information in the run-up to war with
Iraq. The Bush administration has refused to turn over these documents.
All depends on your definition of "same." Or "lie."