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An Interview with White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales

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An Interview with White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales

An Interview with White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales

An Interview with White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales

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The White House won't mediate the fight between the FBI and CIA, Alberto Gonzales, the president's counsel, tells Morning Edition Senior Correspondent Juan Williams. Instead, Gonzales says, it will let Congress sort out who's responsible for any intelligence failure surrounding the Sept. 11 attacks.

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