Sen. Whitehouse: Gonzales Not Convincing Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday did little to improve his standing or credibility with Congress, says Sen. Whitehouse (D-RI), a member of the judiciary panel.
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Sen. Whitehouse: Gonzales Not Convincing

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Sen. Whitehouse: Gonzales Not Convincing

Sen. Whitehouse: Gonzales Not Convincing

Sen. Whitehouse: Gonzales Not Convincing

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Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee today did little to improve his standing or credibility with Congress, says Sen. Whitehouse (D-RI), a member of the judiciary panel.

"He had a hard sell to make to me," Whitehouse tells Robert Siegel. "He didn't make it."

Whitehouse referred to the scandal over the fired prosecutors as a disruption that has damaged the Justice Department.