In a riveting interview with ABC News, Vice President Dick Cheney admitted that he was directly involved in approving the CIA's severe interrogation techniques, including waterboarding. A known supporter of waterboarding, Cheney had never before acknowledged his role in clearing the CIA's use of the technique that has been condemned by many as torture. Cheney also said that unlike President Bush, he thinks Guantanamo Bay should stay open until "the end of the war on terror." He also expressed no regrets about the War in Iraq. Bush recently said the he regretted the flawed intelligence about Saddam Hussein's WMD program but his veep said those mistakes didn't matter. "This was a bad actor and the country's better off, the world's better off, with Saddam gone, and I think we made the right decision in spite of the fact that the original [intelligence] was off in some of its major judgments," Cheney said.