CBS News and Questionable Bush Documents Last week on CBS's 60 Minutes" correspondent Dan Rather presented documents he said were written by President George Bush's commanding officer during his time in the National Guard. Since then the authenticity of the documents has been called into question.
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CBS News and Questionable Bush Documents

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CBS News and Questionable Bush Documents

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Last week on CBS's 60 Minutes" correspondent Dan Rather presented documents he said were written by President George Bush's commanding officer during his time in the National Guard. Since then the authenticity of the documents has been called into question.

Guest:

Robert Steele, Nelson Poynter scholar for journalism values. Director of the ethics program at Poynter Institute of Journalism.