Politics & Government

August 11, 2009 4:14 PM

Probe shows Rove played key role in firing U.S. attorneys

Karl Rove and other top officials in the George W. Bush White House were deeply involved in pushing for the ouster of several U.S. attorneys, notably including one in New Mexico, according to testimony and e-mails that the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee released Tuesday. Rove has insisted he was uninvolved in the decision making.

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