Let me say at the outset that I was wrong to lose my temper at Scott McClellan. I’ve worked well with Scott since we first met during the 2000 campaign. Monday, he suggested my aggressive questioning about the disclosure of the hunting accident was a stunt for the cameras. He said this during a morning OFF CAMERA briefing, which undercut his point. Furthermore, I considered it a cheap shot. I said, “Don’t be a jerk to me personally, just answer the question.” I regret saying that because it’s never appropriate to speak that way and because it created a distraction from the issues at hand.
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