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  • Bush to claim privilege to block aide's testimony

    Attorneys for Karl Rove's former deputy told a Senate committee yesterday that President Bush will assert executive privilege and instruct her not to comply with the panel's subpoena to testify this week.

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  • "If the executive and legislative branches of government are unable to reach agreement, we urge the Senate not to use Ms. Taylor as the focus of the constitutional struggle," he said.

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  • "It is unfair to [Sara] Taylor that this constitutional struggle might be played out with her as the object of an unseemly tug of war," W. Neil Eggleston, Ms. Taylor's attorney, wrote in a letter to Sen. Patrick J. Leahy, Vermont Democrat and chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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