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(Studio: Carl Quintanilla) Today's statement from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales about the firings of eight federal prosecutors noted.
(White House: John Yang) Tuesday's appearance by Gonzales before the Senate Judiciary Committee previewed; details given from his written testimony about the resignations and what his former chief of staff Kyle Sampson had told him. [March 13, GONZALEZ - says he never saw a document or attended a discussion about the firings.] [On Fox, Senator Lindsey GRAHAM; Senator Charles SCHUMER; on "Face the Nation," Vice President Dick CHENEY - comment on what Gonzales said.] The possibility of appearances at the hearings by White House officials, including Karl Rove, noted.
- Quintanilla, Carl;
- Yang, John
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