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Topic - Monica Goodling
Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales yesterday said that although he may have considered resigning after a former aide admitted screening job applicants for their political beliefs, he has chosen to stay at the Justice Department and "fix the problems" revealed by a Democrat-led probe.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES Democrats yesterday accused Deputy Attorney General Paul J. McNulty of giving dishonest answers during a congressional hearing on the U.S. attorney firings, and said they will press forward in trying to find out the extent of White House involvement in the firings.
Monica Goodling, a former close aide to Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales, told Congress that she improperly screened the political beliefs of some applicants for career Justice Department jobs.
Miss Goodling has admitted she improperly screened job applicants at the Justice Department for their political beliefs.