Bush in Qatar
"In early June , Bush embarked on a whirlwind overseas trip that took him from a treaty signing in Saint Petersburg to a Middle East summit in Aqaba. But the emotional high came during an exhilarating stop at al-Sayliyah in Qatar. More than 1,000 troops who had taken part in the invasion of Iraq gave a thunderous welcome to the president. 'You set an example of skill and daring that will stand for all time,' he proclaimed. Bush said that 'we've got a lot of work to do in Iraq. And we're going to stay the course until the job gets done.'"
..."But away from the cheering troops, Bush was getting frustrated...It seemed to [this aide] that the WMD flap was getting to the president. And when Bush was in Qatar, during a meeting with top U.S. commanders, he demanded to know who was in charge of the WMD search. He turned to Paul Bremer, his viceroy in Iraq, and asked if it was his job to find the weapons. No, said Bremer. Bush put the same question to General Tommy Franks. The general said that the WMD hunt was not his responsibility. Then who? an exasperated Bush exclaimed. Someone in the meeting mentioned Stephen Cambone, referring to the undersecretary of defense for intelligence. Who's that? Bush asked."
("Hubris," Isikoff and Corn, pages 231-232)
This information and basic scenario were amped up for dramatic purposes by the screenwriter, but the scene still accurately reflects reality as reported by Isikoff and Corn.