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Right now we're hearing as strong -- accusations yet aimed at the White House over operation fast and furious.
House speaker John Boehner saying the president's decision to insert it asserted executive privilege.
Well it -- the White House he says is hiding something.
The decision to invoke executive privilege is an admission.
And the White House officials were involved in decisions.
That misled the congress inept covered up the truth and why the White House would -- -- executive privilege.
Over a Department of Justice documents.
A raises I think very serious questions.
And -- Washington a lot of people asking those questions.
Peter good morning what what is the White House saying about he's -- vote.
Jamie the White House's official position is debate turned everything relating to operation fast and furious over to congressional investigators about 76.
Hundred pages worth of stuff but.
The inspector general at the Justice Department that's about ten times that many documents and yesterday.
My colleague Ed Henry at the Press Secretary Jay Carney why he keeps saying that smaller number totals everything.
-- is -- count for you and one half.
If you have your -- -- -- -- wouldn't talk about what this means that privilege on beyond broad.
-- advisors advise you I think perhaps more than others given the interest.
In this your network knows that.
Didn't administration principally the department justice has cooperated it extensively with congressional investigators provided extensive documentation.
And the Press Secretary also said the president still has full confidence in his attorney general Jamie.
Insisting no reference to offensive not necessarily in that part saying everything so what is the latest reaction from Republicans that want to answer.
I Jamie the more Republicans let this do the more.
They -- or at least they say they think that the president asserted executive privilege either to hide something or to protect.
But doesn't -- -- more lawyer to deduce.
Something in these documents will be damaging for either the White House the Department of Justice or maybe both.
But the Press Secretary says that Republicans are only complaining at first show.
What this is about it after all this time and all these documents and all the testimony.
Is an attempt to score political points it is this approach I think that.
Explains at least in part why this congress has the lowest public approval ratings of any in memory if not history.
That is our view them.
And curry also made clear Jamie that when it comes to the assertion of executive privilege there is no cover up involved.
-- you in New York right Peter we report our viewers decide.
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