If the nation doesn’t trust the Bush White House, it’s the president’s and Dick Cheney’s own fault, Bush’s former spokes-man told Congress Friday.
From life-and-death matters on down — the rationale for war, the leaking of classified information, Cheney’s accidental shooting of a friend — the government’s top two leaders undermined their credibility by “packaging” their version of the truth, former press secretary Scott McClellan said.
By Laurie Kellman, The Associated Press
, June 21, 2008
In a White House full of Bush loyalists, none was more loyal than Scott McClellan, the bland press secretary who spread the company line for all the government to follow each day. His word, it turns out, was worthless, his confessional memoir a glimpse into Washington’s world of spin and even outright deception.
By Terence Hunt, The Associated Press
, May 29, 2008
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