Yet another episode of "It's the Cover Up, Not the Crime." Republican water carrier John Solomon, along with Dan Eggen, for WaPo gives the White House's side of the prosecutor purge saga. (It's all just an innocent misunderstanding, nothing untoward here at all.) Josh Marshall offers a pointed rebuttal, and notes some rather blatant inconsistencies in the White House story line. Miss Laura at dailykos provides a brief chronological review.
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