Bush Campaign Lawyer Quits over Kerry Ads

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The lawyer for President Bush's re-election campaign, Benjamin Ginsberg, steps downs after admitting he advised a group that produced ads attacking Sen. John Kerry's Vietnam War record. President Bush had said his campaign had no connection to the ads. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook and NPR's Melissa Block.



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