Timmeh asked Hadley why Bush just doesn't come clean and admit his mistakes in an attempt to unify the country. [media id=16788]-WMP [media id=1
December 2, 2006

timrussert.jpg Timmeh asked Hadley why Bush just doesn't come clean and admit his mistakes in an attempt to unify the country.

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MR. RUSSERT: But in terms of trying to bring the country together, to bring Democrats—who now control Congress—to the table, could the president step forward and say, “I acknowledge we were wrong about WMD, we were wrong about troop levels, we were wrong about the length of the war, we were wrong about the cost of the war, we were wrong about the financing of the war, we were wrong about the level of sectarian violence, we were wrong about being greeted as liberators. We made some fundamental misjudgments, and they were wrong, but now we’re all in this together”? Could he do that?

I've been hard on Russert, but he was pretty aggressive today. Hadley's answer was predictably weak. More from MSNBC

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