Republican lawyers say if Alberto Gonzales resigns, the White House is likely to look outside the Justice Department for his replacement. That would rule out Gonzales’ top deputy, Paul McNulty. Many suggest that President Bush would look for someone in the mold of Defense Secretary Robert Gates, an old hand who is untainted by the administration’s current problems. The following three might be effective at calming the storm.


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