Loyal even after leaving the White House, President Bush's former political director Sara M. Taylor obeyed his instructions and declined to answer most of Congress' questions Wednesday about her role in the firings of federal prosecutors. But Democrats insisted that the decision to cooperate with their subpoena -- or not -- is hers. Taylor said she would answer only limited questions to comply with her former boss's directions, unless a court orders her to comply with the congressional subpoena instead.
Bush's Ex-Political Director Refuses to Answer Most Senate Questions About Prosecutor Firings
The Associated Press
July 12, 2007