Detainee Treatment and Trials
Following a meeting among Republican leaders and White House officials, they spoke to reporters about progress toward an agreement on… read more
Following a meeting among Republican leaders and White House officials, they spoke to reporters about progress toward an agreement on legislation establishing procedures for detainee treatment and military commissions to try suspected terrorists. They said they had tentatively reached an agreement on interrogation methods and access to evidence by the accused, and answered questions from the reporters. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Lindsey Graham U.S. Senator [R] South Carolina
- Stephen J. Hadley National Security Adviser White House
- Duncan Lee Hunter U.S. Representative [R] California
- John S. McCain III U.S. Senator [R] Arizona
- John W. Warner U.S. Senator [R] Virginia
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