Gonzales Says Torture Memo Was Withdrawn

Alberto Gonzales, the president's nominee for attorney general, endured tough questions from senators from both parties about the memos he wrote and the memos he commissioned, as White house counsel, relating to policies on torture. Hear NPR's Nina Totenberg.

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