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Josh Marshall is “a little surprised that the White House’s new insistence on a joint private meeting with President Bush and Vice President Cheney hasn’t elicited more notice.”

He offers three possible explainations for this insistence, finishing with:

“The third explanation is that the White House does not trust the president to be alone with the Commission members for any great length of time without getting himself into trouble, either by contradicting what his staff says, or getting some key point wrong, or letting some key fact slip. And Cheney’s there to make sure nothing goes wrong.”

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