President Bush said Monday that he will not release any records of his conversations with Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers that could threaten the confidentiality of the advice that presidents get from their lawyers. "It's a red line I'm not willing to cross," the president said. Both Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee are demanding more documents on Miers, including from her work as Bush's counsel.
Bush Won't Release Certain Records of Talks With Miers
The Associated Press
October 25, 2005
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