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Wash. Post and NY Times ignored Hadley’s claim and denial that Bush was told to “stand down” upon learning of Iran intel

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via Media Matters—read the whole report.

During his December 3 press conference regarding the recently released National Intelligence Estimate’s (NIE) conclusion that Iran halted its nuclear program in late 2003, National Security Adviser Stephen J. Hadley said that when the intelligence community first informed President Bush that there was new information on Iran’s nuclear program he was told to “stand down.” Later in the same press conference, however, Hadley denied having said that Bush was told to “stand down,” adding that intelligence officials “did not tell the President to stand down and stop talking about Iran’s nuclear program.” But while, in recent days, The New York Times and The Washington Post have reported on the administration’s statements regarding Bush’s knowledge of the new Iran intelligence — and the White House’s subsequent “clarif[ication]” and “revis[ion]” of some of those statements — both papers have yet to note Hadley’s inconsistent statements regarding whether intelligence officials told Bush to “stand down” upon learning the “new information” on Iran’s nuclear weapons program.

Irancove @ December 6, 2007

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