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How's this for snark?

Mr. Bush's aides have not been beyond talking about classified information to make a point. In July, they declassified a lengthy executive summary National Intelligence Estimate about Iraq, a highly classified document, to underscore their contention that Mr. Bush's statements about Saddam Hussein were based on information that the C.I.A. and other agencies had agreed upon.
That might belong in a Democratic press release, but in a news story?


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