Herd, Not Answered

Friday, February 13, 2004

It might have been kindled in the trenches of the Democratic presidential primaries, but the subject of President Bush's National Guard service is back on center stage in the media. On Tuesday, the White House released payroll records it said proved once and for all that Bush fulfilled his military obligations 30 years ago. But instead of making the story go away, it ignited a firestorm that left press secretary Scott McClellan nursing singed eyebrows. Bob talks to CBS White House correspondent Bill Plante about the gaggle's rare showing of unity.

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