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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

A Goodling day in Washington

It's Monica Goodling day at the House Judiciary Committee, and so far the former Justice Department liaison to the White House has come out swinging, the Washington Post's Capitol Briefing blog reports.

"In her opening statement, Goodling attacked outgoing Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty, accusing McNulty of not being 'fully candid' in his remarks to the Senate Judiciary Committee and then inappropriately blaming her for not fully briefing him," the blog says.

The blog also reports: "Goodling is proving to be a tough witness under early questioning, as she contends that she played no role in putting names on the firing list and placing more emphasis for that decision-making process on the shoulders of D. Kyle Sampson, the former [Attorney General Alberto] Gonzales chief of staff."

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