The White House said Wednesday that it was "puzzled" by a former spokesman's memoir in which he accuses the Bush administration of being mired in propaganda and political spin and at times playing loose with the truth.
In excerpts from a 341-page book to be released Monday, Scott McClellan writes on the war in Iraq that Bush "and his advisers confused the propaganda campaign with the high level of candor and honesty so fundamentally needed to build and then sustain public support during a time of war.
"[I]n this regard, he was terribly ill-served by his top advisers, especially those involved directly in national security," McClellan wrote. Read full article »
CNN's Ed Henry contributed to this report.