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What did Cheney know? And when?

Taegan Goddard's Political Wire provides some context to the Cheney/Libby/Wilson/Plame/Leak affair:
Two years ago on Meet the Press, Vice President Dick Cheney claimed he didn't know Valerie Plame's husband. Said Cheney: "I don’t know Joe Wilson. I’ve never met Joe Wilson.... And Joe Wilson -- I don’t know who sent Joe Wilson. He never submitted a report that I ever saw when he came back. Yet three months earlier, Scooter Libby documented a conversation he had with Cheney about Wilson and his wife. This now seems to be the key question in the CIA leak investigation and possible obstruction of justice charges. However, the AP reports the White House is refusing to answer. Josh Marshall has the lame Q&A with White House press secretary Scott McLellan. The Plank has a few more questions: "Who gave Fitzgerald the notes from Cheney and Libby's conversation? Did the notes come from Cheney? And if they did, does that mean that Cheney is throwing his chief of staff under the bus?" Bloomberg concludes Cheney and Libby "may be at odds" now in the investigation.
Now, I wonder why would the stories be different? Who, I wonder, has a documented history of inaccurate (or deceitful) comments?


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