Gonzales Is Out, Will Mukasey Be His Replacement?

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Former New York federal judge Michael Mukasey is President Bush's nominee to be the next Attorney General of the United States. He's a law-and-order conservative Senate Democrats may find acceptable, but he could face opposition from the Republican right wing. We hear about his record and some of the issues his confirmation will raise, including politics at the Department of Justice, warrantless wiretaps, the unitary executive and social issues, including abortion.


Michael Abramowitz - Staff Writer, Washington Post, Richard Schmitt - Staff Reporter, Los Angeles Times, Mark Agrast - Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress, Richard Viguerie - ConservativeHQ.com

Warren Olney

Dan Konecky, Christian Bordal, Karen Radziner