Paul Wolfowitz is a U.S. government official who is best known as the leading architect of the Iraq War under President George Bush's administration. He first worked in Washington D.C. under the presidency of Ronald Reagan, serving as the assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Public affairs. Wolfowitz became the deputy secretary of defense in 2001 before the 9/11 attacks.
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