The President is “Sorry Its Come to This”

President Bush told White House journalists yesterday that he is “genuinely concerned” about the reputations of the eight fired U.S. Attorneys but that there is “no credible evidence of any wrongdoing” in their dismissals. “Im sorry its come to this,” Bush said in front of the television cameras and no doubt he is. I would be sorry, too, if I were president and I had an attorney general and a Justice Department that was unable or unwilling to do right by the rules and the truth. The Washington Times this morning has an interesting piece that advances the story of the scandal involving the dismissal last year of the federal prosecutors. Jon Ward writes: “House Republicans dont believe that the Justice Department did anything illegal by firing eight federal prosecutors last year, but they also dont believe that Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales is telling the truth about why the

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