A Call for Integrity in DOJ Leadership Even before Attorney General Alberto Gonzales resigned, some top aides left in the scandal over firing eight U.S. attorneys. Donald Ayer, who served as Deputy Attorney General under the first President Bush, says the next leader has to be willing to say egregious mistakes have been made.
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A Call for Integrity in DOJ Leadership

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A Call for Integrity in DOJ Leadership

A Call for Integrity in DOJ Leadership

A Call for Integrity in DOJ Leadership

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Even before Attorney General Alberto Gonzales resigned, some top aides left in the scandal over firing eight U.S. attorneys. Donald Ayer, who spent much of his career at the Justice Department and served as Deputy Attorney General under the first President Bush, says the next leader has to be willing to say egregious mistakes have been made. Ayer speaks with Steve Inseekp.