Alberto Gonzales, We’ve Missed You!
By | February 20, 2022 1:01 am

This morning, David Weigel with The Washington Independent caught up with former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales as he was leaving the Capitol Hill Club.  Weigel asked Gonzales if he would participate in a truth commission, as proposed by Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt).  Gonzales responded:

“My view has always been to be as cooperative as possible, and that’s what I’ve been with respect to everything. As far as I’m concerned I’ve got nothing to hide and I’ll cooperate. Every time I’ve been asked to cooperate, I’ve cooperated. In terms of what happens in the future, I’m not going to comment on that, but that is what I’ve done in the past.”

“I think only a fool would be unconcerned about any kind of commission or investigation in this political town and in this political climate. Having said that, again, because I feel like I’ve got nothing to hide and I’ve done nothing wrong, I’m not worried about the truth, so long as what we’re talking about is the truth and things don’t become politicized.” 


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