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Bipartisan House report finds that Bush made ‘inappropriate’ use of executive privilege

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A bipartisan report released today by the House Oversight Committee finds that President Bush made a ‘legally unprecedented and an inappropriate use of executive privilege” when the administration withheld Patrick Fitzgerald’s interview with Vice President Cheney on the CIA leak scandal. A separate report also criticizes Bush’s assertion of executive privilege regarding his recent climate change and Clean Air Act decisions:


TVNL Comment:  And the penalty for such misconduct is.....???

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