From NBC's Ken Strickland and Robert Windrem
The Senate Intelligence Committee is poised to release another section of its Phase II prewar intelligence report on the Iraq war. The committee tells NBC that the report has been cleared and declassified by the Director of National Intelligence, and it could be released by the panel as early as today, but maybe tomorrow.
This section of the report deals with the prewar assessments of a postwar Iraq. In other words, were the intelligence community's judgments about what Iraq would look like after the war accurate?
The report, which was written by the Senate Intel Committee, is expected to be about 40 pages or so. It will also be accompanied by two declassified reports written by the National Intelligence Council: "Principal Challenges in Post-Saddam Iraq" and "Regional Consequences of Regime Change in Iraq."