How do we know the Bush White House has been the most secretive in recent memory? Because, as the Washington Post’s current White House correspondent write in a Sunday piece, a Putin Kremlin aide told him so back when Baker was the Post‘s man in Moscow. As he adds in concurrence, “For most of the past six years, journalists covering the White House have indeed been forced to master the art of Kremlinology.” And here we thought the convergence theory died with the Cold War…
By the way, maybe now Baker can get to the bottom of all those political enemies Bush has ordered jailed or poisoned or assassinated.
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