A presidential spokesman acknowledged that some lost White House e-mails might pertain to the firing of eight U.S. attorneys, as Congress stepped up demands the Bush administration preserve electronic records.Don't you just hate it when the Langoliers are rushed for time and arrive a little early.
It ``can't be ruled out'' that some of the e-mails involved the firings, White House spokesman Scott Stanzel told reporters. The administration will ``take all reasonable steps'' to retrieve any lost messages and will ``certainly ensure that it doesn't happen again,'' he said.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy said he doubts the e-mails are lost. ``I don't believe that,'' the Vermont Democrat said. ``Those e-mails are there. They just don't want to produce them. It reminds me of the infamous 18-minute gap in the Nixon White House tapes,'' he said, referring to recordings produced during the Watergate scandal.
[ cf White House Can't Say If Lost E-Mails Include Firings (Update3) ]
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