Election Recycling: Cheney Problem Edition

leaning to the right Rice says there is no need to apologize for 9/11 failures and now acknowledges that Bush met Clarke on 9/12 to discuss Iraq; Clarke calls for full declassification of his earlier testimony; White House may move to declassify Rice's private testimony with the commission. [WP and NYT]

Bush's attacks on Kerry's defense positions could backfire, hurting the president's credibility. [WSJ]

Kerry visits African-Americans at a Baptist church, says Bush neglects those less fortunate: "In too many ways our school systems all across this country, 50 years after that great decision was made by the Supreme Court, our school systems are still separate and unequal. We still have doors to open, we still have prayers to say, and we still have feet to move." Bush campaign criticizes his "exploitation of Scripture for a political attack." [NYT and LAT]

Kerry opts for elective shoulder surgery for a slight tear; denies a "Cheney problem." [WP]

Karen Hughes' promotions of her new book and Bush are one and the same; plans to travel full time with the campaign beginning in August. "I'll be on the road with the president as a friend and communications strategist," she said. [WP and WT]

Kerry collecting gold in California with help of Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Affleck, Warren Beatty, Barbra Streisand, Paul Newman, Francis Ford Coppola, Jamie Lee Curtis and Sharon Stone. [LAT]

Kerry is the first recent candidate to not support the death penalty: "I know something about killing. I don't like killing. That's just a personal belief I have." [WT]

Nader to meet with Kerry; Peter Camejo, Green Party advocate, urges support of Nader. [USAT and WT]

Protesters prepare for New York, and New York prepares for protesters. "Over 1,000 groups have filed applications for demonstration permits. Some are large, some are small. And we've got the people to handle this," said an advisor to the mayor. [WT]

Crawford is no Ketchum, and the press won't forget it. [NYT]

[Leans both ways, really. AP Photo/Elise Amendola]


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