Daily Briefing: Knocking Rove Off The Front Page

Bush shifts rhetoric on leak case: "If someone committed a crime, they will no longer work in my administration." McClellan: "I think that you should not read anything into it more than what the president said at this point." [WP, NYT, WT]

Bush hints O'Connor may be succeeded by a woman. Republican counsel: "The Rove situation has accelerated [the announcement]. They would like to get something that will knock it off the front page." [WP, WSJ, NYT]

Speculation swirls around five conservative judges from the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals: Priscilla Owen, Edith Brown Clement, Emilio Garza, Edith Hollan Jones, and Edward Prado. [WP]

Bush begins interviewing finalists for Supreme Court. [WP, WT]

Bush supports expansion of India's nuclear powers: "What this agreement says is that we are willing to assume the same responsibilities and practices - no more and no less - as other nuclear states." [WP, NYT]

Bush "will insist on maintaining the long-term solvency of the Social Security system," according to economic advisor. [WP]

Hillary buffs up her positions on security and the military in effort to prove herself. [USAT]

White House hosts Prime Minister of India for first formal dinner in two years; entertainment portion was closed to the media. [WP]

Senate confirms Dr. Lester M. Crawford to head FDA by vote of 78 to 16. [NYT]

Eminent domain issue rallies the right. [WT]

Hillary courts Hispanics at National Council of La Raza convention. [WP]


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