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Wednesday, March 3, 2021

House Republican leader: Gonzales must go

A congressional Republican leader on Friday joined bipartisan calls for U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to resign but the White House reaffirmed its confidence in President George W. Bush’s long-time friend.

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Pelosi: Gonzales should resign

The Speaker of the House called Friday for the resignation of embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, questioning his candor over the controversial dismissal of eight top prosecutors.

Nancy Pelosi urged Gonzales to step down one day after President George W. Bush’s longtime aide was grilled by a key Senate panel over his role in the firing of the US attorneys.

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Gonzales scrambles to find support

Desperate for support among fellow Republicans, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales faced grim prospects Friday after a bruising Senate hearing that produced one outright call for resignation and a fistful of invitations and hints to quit.

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Pentagon planning to extend surge

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The Pentagon is laying the groundwork to extend the U.S. troop buildup in Iraq. At the same time, the administration is warning Iraqi leaders that the boost in forces could be reversed if political reconciliation is not evident by summer.

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Waxman may subpoena Rice, Card

If President Bush’s former chief of staff can chat about the identifying of CIA agent Valerie Plame on Jon Stewart’s comedy show, he can talk about it to the House oversight committee, the panel’s chairman said Friday. If Andy Card refuses, the panel will vote Wednesday on whether to compel his testimony with a subpoena, said Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif.

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What the heck is he talking about?

Strange things sometimes come out of President Bush’s mouth. “Polls just go poof.” “Remember the rug?”

When Bush went to Ohio on Thursday to talk about terrorism, he ended up musing about marriage and chicken-plucking plants, the agony of death and his Oval Office rug, which resembles a sunburst.

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