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Profile: Michael Gerson

 
  

Positions that Michael Gerson has held:

  • Chief speechwriter for President George W. Bush


 

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October 5, 2002      Complete Iraq timeline

       The CIA sends a four-page memo to Bush administration officials, including Bush's deputy national security adviser, Stephen J. Hadley, and the chief speechwriter, Michael Gerson, expressing doubt over claims that Iraq had attempted to obtain uranium from Niger. On page 3 of the memo, the CIA says that the amount of uranium alleged to have been sought by Iraq is in “dispute.” Furthermore, notes the CIA, it is not even clear that the uranium could “be acquired from the source.” The agency also mentions that Iraq already had a supply of uranium. [The Washington Post, 7/23/03] Stephen Hadley will later claim in July 2003 that he did not brief Condoleezza Rice on the memo. [The Washington Post, 7/27/03]
People and organizations involved: Michael Gerson, Stephen Hadley, Condoleezza Rice
          

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