Look back at the memorable moments in State of the Union addresses through the years.
2003: Bush's 16 Words -- President George W. Bush outlines his justification for invading Iraq, uttering 16 words that would later come back to haunt him. Bush claims that, "the British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa." The accuracy of those words would be debated for years, and launched a Justice Department investigation after a covert CIA agent was outed.
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