Former Press Secretary Scott McClellan’s new memoir, "What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington's Culture of Deception" is scheduled for publication Monday but it’s already causing a stir. Today, the administration laid into McClellan. Current Press Secretary Dana Perino said in a written statement: "Scott, we now know, is disgruntled about his experience at the White House. For those of us who fully supported him, before, during and after he was press secretary, we are puzzled. It is sad - this is not the Scott we knew." That is a common sentiment and one shared by McClellan’s predecessor Ari Fleischer. Fleischer released a statement and will be on 360 tonight.
And there are only three Democratic primaries to go: Puerto Rico votes Sunday, South Dakota and Montana on Tuesday. But there's one other crucial showdown looming. On Saturday, Democratic National Party officials will meet in Washington to decide what to do about the Florida and Michigan delegates. We’ll have the latest on that from the best political team on television.
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