McClellan's Book: Familiar Slurs, Surprising Source Scott McClellan was with President Bush when he was governor of Texas. He came to Washington as the ultimate Bush loyalist. Now the former press secretary has written a new book, What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington's Culture of Deception, that's critical of the administration.
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McClellan's Book: Familiar Slurs, Surprising Source

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McClellan's Book: Familiar Slurs, Surprising Source

McClellan's Book: Familiar Slurs, Surprising Source

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McClellan: Bush Embraced Political 'Game' Too Often

McClellan: Bush Embraced Political 'Game' Too Often

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In his new book, Scott McClellan, who served as White House press secretary for nearly three years, offers a scathing behind-the scenes glimpse into the Oval Office. Courtesy Public Affairs Books hide caption

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