Bush Consults Lawyer about CIA Leak Probe

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The White House confirms that President Bush has contacted a private attorney in case he needs representation in a grand jury investigation into who leaked a CIA officer's identity to journalists. The officer's husband, former Ambassador Joseph Wilson, has been a vocal critic of Bush's Iraq policies. Bush has said he wants his administration to cooperate with the probe. Hear NPR's Nina Totenberg.



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