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Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer says he learned Valerie Plame Wison's identity from the newspapers. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales makes the same claim. While there's no evidence to disprove their claims at this point, the newspaper angle is a bit hard to believe, and makes a nice cover story if no one rats them out. Regardless, it's a claim unavailable to George W. Bush because as Dick Cheney points out in today's Scribble, everyone knows Bush doesn't read.
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