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Topic - Paul J. Mcnulty
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.
He said he stopped Miss Goodling, a White House liaison at the Justice Department, from attending a Feb. 14 meeting with Senate staffers because he thought her presence would make the firings appear politically motivated, when he thought them to be performance-related.
Mr. McNulty said he did not know the extent of White House involvement in February because he was not involved in deciding which attorneys were to be fired until the end of the yearlong process.