First Draft of History (Revised)

Saturday, April 27, 2002

Journalists know not to change quotes from the president, but the White House transcriptionist is not as limited. The Bush Administration is producing cleaned-up transcripts of the president’s speeches, minus all those verbal slip-ups and malapropisms we’ve come to love. Everything looks better on presidential paper, as Brooke learns from Washington Post reporter Dana Milbank.
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