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Former security advisor says Bush failing to counter terror threat

A top White House anti-terrorism advisor who quit five days before the start of the Iraq war has accused President George W. Bush of not doing enough in the fight against terrorism. “The administration wasn’t matching its deeds to its words in the war on terrorism,” Rand Beers, a former special assistant to the president, told the Washington Post in an interview published Monday. After working at the National Security Council for 35 years, under presidents Ronald Reagan, George Bush and Bill Clinton, Beers, 60, had been the main counter-terrorism advisor from August until his resignation in March. He has since joined the presidential campaign of Democratic Senator John Kerry. Full Story

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