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Michael Mukasey has written that he finds waterboarding repugnant, but won't call it illegal. To do so could create the implication that people who has done it have broken the law. Legal analysts say that criminal liability could run all the way up to Bush. In this Scribble, Mukasey says that "We can't have a criminal president. But we can have a repugnant president." Then he pauses in reflection and says, "Let me rephrase that." 11.01.07

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