Iraq War
The Truth Behind ‘Plamegate’

Scott Mcclellan, a former White House press secretary, is interviewed about his decision to testify before Congress on what has been known as “Plamegate” and the Scooter Libby Trial. Mcclellan discusses why he decided to voluntarily testify, his opinion on going to war with Iraq over the alleged weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and the scandalous outing of CIA operations officer Valerie Plame. After Plame was outed by journalist Robert Novak, allegations surfaced that people in the Bush Administration were responsible for this incident because Plame’s husband had reported that he could find no serious threats of WMDs in Iraq. In this video, Mcclellan analyzes the Plame affair further and shares his insider’s knowledge on the scandal.

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