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President Bush is said to be close to announcing his choice to succeed former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. We’ll talk about possible nominees and some of the challenges ahead for the next head of the Justice Department.
- David Jackson White House correspondent, USA Today
- Donald B. Ayer Attorney; served in the Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations as U.S. Attorney, Deputy Solicitor General, and Deputy Attorney General
- Pierre Thomas Justice Department correspondent, ABC News
- Jack L. Goldsmith Former Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legal Counsel (2003-04); author "The Terror Presidency."
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