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Secretary of State Colin Powell said Tuesday that weapons inspectors should not be allowed to return to Iraq without a tough, new U.N. resolution.

Powell, clashing with the chief U.N. weapons inspector in his short speech at a hastily arranged news conference, said sending inspectors back to Iraq now after a lapse of nearly four years would risk further deception by President Saddam Hussein. Newt Gingrich, former speaker of house and former acting Ambassador to Iraq, Joe Wilson react.

Senator John McCain on his new book, Worth the Fighting For.

Plus, more on New Jersey Democrats announcing that they have chosen former Sen. Frank Lautenberg to replace Sen. Robert Torricelli on the November ballot. The decision was reached after a full day of meetings among senior state party officials, and announced by Gov. James E. McGreevey at a press conference. Senator Joe Kyrillos, (R-NJ) and New Jersey GOP chairman joins the debate.

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