Scott Mcclellan Quotes

Scott McClellan (born February 14, 1968) is a former White House Press Secretary (2003–06) for President George W. Bush, and author of a controversial No. 1 New York Times bestseller about the Bush Administration titled What Happened. He replaced Ari Fleischer as press secretary in July 2003 and served until May 10, 2006. McClellan was the longest serving press secretary under George W. Bush.

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“In survey after survey, the Iraqi people say, 'We want to choose our leaders,'”

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“Congress has an important oversight role to play, and the leaders recognize that,”

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“a good ally, a leader.”

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“The two leaders will also discuss a range of other bilateral and regional issues.”

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“It's not the president's place to weigh in on who's going to be the future leaders of Iraq. It's up to the Iraqi people to make the determinations about who they want leading their country going forward and who they want involved in their government.”

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“While the two leaders had differences at times on policy, the president said that he enjoyed working with Chancellor Schroeder,”

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“When you are a leader you can't be driven by polls.”

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“And we are going to continue to go after terrorist leaders who seek to do us harm and do all in our power to prevent attacks from happening in the first place.”

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“It's not up to us to pick the leaders of Iraq.”

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“Congress has an important oversight role to play, and the leaders recognize that. That's why they're moving forward on setting up this investigation so that they can pull the facts together. And we appreciate those efforts.”

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“This is a Congressional prerogative, and it was a decision that was made by those leaders.”

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“It's up to the Iraqi people to choose who their leaders are.”

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“Those Democratic congressional leaders who try to suggest that we don't have a plan are deeply irresponsible.”

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“The president calls on the leaders of both parties to start putting the safety of the American people above politics.”

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“All responsible leaders in the international community recognize how outrageous such comments are.”

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