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White House Says Ex-Terror Czar Has It All Wrong

The White House on Monday sought to brand former anti-terrorism czar Richard Clarke as a disgruntled employee bent on damaging President Bush’s war image with politically motivated assertions about the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Top officials including Vice President Dick Cheney and national security advisor Condoleezza Rice took to television and radio to deny Clarke’s allegation that Bush ignored the al-Qaeda threat before the attacks and focused on Iraq rather than the Islamic militant group afterward. Clarke, who quit his White House job a year ago after serving in four administrations, made the bombshell assertions in a new book and on Sunday in an interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes.” The book, “Against All Enemies,” was released on Monday and quickly climbed to the No. 5 slot on amazon.com’s top 100 bestsellers list. Full Story

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