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Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Arguments on Privilege for 2 Bush Aides

A House panel told a federal judge that President Bush’s refusal to let two confidants give information to Congress about fired federal prosecutors represents the most expansive view of executive privilege since Watergate.
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A House panel told a federal judge that President Bush’s refusal to let two confidants give information to Congress about fired federal prosecutors represents the most expansive view of executive privilege since Watergate.