What did Bush do re: Gonzales and the surveillance program?

Murray Waas over at The Atlantic has two exclusives on Bush’s possible role in the Alberto Gonzales case regarding the surveillance program.  You’ll recall that this has to do with the now infamous late night visit to then Attorney General John Ashcroft’s hospital room, as he was recovering from surgery.  The questions are whether Gonzales perjured himself and, now, what role Bush played in possibly having Gonzales falsify notes of a meeting with “the gang of 8” Congressional leaders; notes used in the Congressional testimony in which Gonzales is accused of perjuring himself.  Go read Waas’ pieces:

The Case of the Gonzales Notes

What Did Bush Tell Gonzales?

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