Birthplace: Salt Lake City, UT
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: ABC News correspondent
In February 2003, immediately following Secretary of State Colin Powell's Iraqi WMD speech at the United Nations, ABC News State Department correspondent Martha Raddatz shared her doubts with anchor Peter Jennings:
"Well, there certainly was some compelling circumstantial evidence, Peter, but I kept trying to listen to it through the ears of the French and the German. Much of what they heard today, much of what everyone heard today, has been heard before and it is the reason they went along with Resolution 1441, the reason they sent inspectors in and want inspectors to remain. A lot of this evidence they could try to refute. They could say, perhaps, these colonels, these Iraqi republican guards were freelancing. And who were these defectors? There's a lot here they can play with."
Husband: Tom Gjelten (2 children)
Daughter: Greta Bradlee
University: (dropped out)
ABC Chief White House Correspondent (2005-09)
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