George Tenet yesterday, before the Senate Armed Services Committee:
I’m not going to sit here and tell you what my interaction was … and what I did and didn’t do, except that you have to have confidence to know that when I believed that somebody was misconstruing intelligence, I said something about it. I don’t stand up publicly and do it.
I wonder how John Warner (chair) and John McCain, both strong-willed Republicans, like being told that Tenet will pick and choose what interactions he’s willing to discuss with the committee? On the other hand, since the statement was in response to a question from Sen. Kennedy, McCain and Warner may not care.