In his most wide-ranging interview as White House counsel, Gregory Craig told The National Law Journal that he does not intend to resign his position and he pushed back against criticism of his role in the administration's plan to close the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay. Craig has faced a drumbeat of news reports since August that he is on his way out as the president's top in-house lawyer. His dismissal of those reports is his first public comment on the matter, though he repeatedly declined to elaborate.
Despite Drumbeat About Departure, White House Counsel Vows to Stay
The National Law Journal
October 12, 2009