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Bush Says CIA Director's Job Is Secure

President Bush said Saturday that CIA Director George Tenet’s job is not in jeopardy despite election-year questions about the accuracy of prewar intelligence on Iraq. “I strongly believe the CIA is ably led by George Tenet,” Bush said in an Oval Office interview to be broadcast Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” Asked whether Tenet’s job was in jeopardy, Bush answered: “No, not at all, not at all,” according to an excerpt of the interview provided by the network. Bush pledged to cooperate with the commission he set up last week to examine intelligence on Iraq and the spread of weapons of mass destruction. “I will be glad to visit with them,” the president said. “I will be glad to share with them knowledge. I will be glad to make recommendations, if they ask for some.” Full Story

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