Bush: Vote on Gonzales Would Be 'Political Theater' President Bush is restating his support for embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, who may face a vote of no-confidence in the Senate as soon as this week. President Bush says any vote by Congress to express its lack of confidence in Gonzales would be "pure political theater."
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Bush: Vote on Gonzales Would Be 'Political Theater'

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Bush: Vote on Gonzales Would Be 'Political Theater'

Bush: Vote on Gonzales Would Be 'Political Theater'

Bush: Vote on Gonzales Would Be 'Political Theater'

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President Bush is restating his support for his embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, who may face a vote of no-confidence in the Senate as soon as this week. Two Democrats have introduced a companion measure in the House.

President Bush says any vote by Congress to express its lack of confidence in Gonzales would be "pure political theater."