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Bush Was For Prejudging, Before He Was Against It

By Judd Legum  

"Bush Was For Prejudging, Before He Was Against It"

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Bush finally took some questions about Karl Rove. He refused to answer, saying “it’s important not to prejudge an investigation.”

Of course, that’s exactly what Bush did through his Press Secretary Scott McClellan:

Q All right. Let me just follow up. You said this morning, “The President knows” that Karl Rove wasn’t involved. How does he know that?

MR. McCLELLAN: Well, I’ve made it very clear that it was a ridiculous suggestion in the first place. I saw some comments this morning from the person who made that suggestion, backing away from that. And I said it is simply not true. So, I mean, it’s public knowledge. I’ve said that it’s not true. And I have spoken with Karl Rove —

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