Political Fallout From The Interrogation Memos

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There have been many political ramifications to the Obama administration's decision to release the interrogation memos.

Also, the senate has confirmed Christopher Hill as the new U.S. ambassador to Iraq, and candidate Al Franken has begun hiring staff.


Ken Rudin, political editor and Political Junkie for NPR

David Welna, congressional correspondent for NPR



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