President George Bush announces the U.S. attack of Iraq When a war is taking place between two countries, every single detail of why the countries are going to war must be very clearly stated. In the case of the 1991 Gulf War between the United States and Iraq, the stated reason was that the leader of Iraq, Saddam Hussein, led his country to invade a neighboring Arab country named Kuwait. While also wanted to disarm
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will always come out eventually. This is the case with this speech given by President George Bush; he speaks more of his implemented policies that were broken as apposed to hardships endured by the people of Kuwait. The motives and reasons pushing this war were hidden and kept a secret, and the conditions in Kuwait were used as a legal reason for the U.S. to go to war with Iraq and accomplish their goals.