Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Ex-White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan Rips Bush, White House in New Book

Former White Person House Press Secretary George C. Scott McClellan sweeps President Shrub on domestic and foreign issues, such as as Republic Of Republic Of Iraq and Hurricane Katrina, in his approaching memoir saying Shrub was not "open and blunt on Iraq" and was slow in his response to Katrina.

Politico.com reported late Tuesday McClellan's rough words include allegations that two top Pluto held a secret Occident Wing meeting to acquire their narrative straight about the Central Intelligence Agency leak lawsuit at a clip when federal public prosecutors were after them, and that Shrub relied on "propaganda" to sell the warfare in Iraq, the Web land site reported.

He avers in his book "What Happened: Inside the Shrub White Person House and Washington's Culture of Deception," that I. Jerry Lee Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the frailty president’s then main of staff, and Karl Rove, the president’s then senior adviser, "had at best misled" him about their function in the revelation of former Central Intelligence Agency secret agent Valerie Plame’s identity, Politico.com reported.

Rove, now a fox News contributor, denied allegations he and Willard Frank Libby kept information from McClellan about Plame, adding what was reported on Politician doesn't sound like the McClellan have known for years.

Instead, Rove said it sounded more than like "a broad blogger."

In mention to Hurricane Katrina McClellan composes that the Shrub White Person House "spent most of the first hebdomad in a state of denial,” Politico.com reported.

“One of the worst catastrophes in our nation’s history became one of the greatest catastrophes in Bush’s presidency. Katrina and the bungled federal response to it would largely come up to define Bush’s 2nd term,” helium writes, according to the Web site. “And the perceptual experience of this calamity was made worse by former determinations President Shrub had made, including, first and foremost, the failure to be unfastened and blunt on Republic Of Iraq and rushing to warfare with inadequate planning and readying for its aftermath.”

Considered a Shrub loyalist, McClellan, who first served as gubernatorial spokesman for then-Texas Gov. Bush in early 1990, resigned from his White Person House station in April 2006.

White House spokeswoman Danu Perino, who is traveling with the president, told fox News Tuesday she didn't program to react immediately to the allegations.

"So I'll just allow it travel tonight. I haven't seen the full book," Perino told fox News.

The 40-year-old's 341-page memoir is scheduled to be published next week. Politico.com studies they purchased the book at a American Capital shop rather than delay for the embargo.

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