White House Barraged by Questions on CIA Leak

The White House fields an avalanche of questions about when President Bush first learned that administration officials had allegedly exposed a CIA operative married to a vocal critic of Bush's Iraq policy. Meanwhile, congressional Republicans dismiss Democratic calls for a special counsel to investigate the leak, now the subject of a Justice Department probe. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.

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