Flap Over Papers Leads Berger to Leave Kerry Camp

Samuel "Sandy" Berger testifies before the commission investigating  Sept. 11 Credit: Reuters

Samuel "Sandy" Berger testifies before the national commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks, March 24, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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Samuel Berger testifies before the commission investigating Sept. 11. Credit: Reuters

Samuel "Sandy" Berger testifies before the national commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks, March 24, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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Outcry over the removal of classified documents from the National Archives leads Sandy Berger to step down from an advisory role in the Kerry campaign. Berger, the former national security adviser to President Clinton, has not been charged in the FBI investigation. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and NPR's David Welna.

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