I believe in working together to solve the problems we've got. And we need to get rid of the venom in the political atmosphere in D.C. It's a poisonous atmosphere.
When I was knowingly misled but only learned that much later, that's really when I started to become disillusioned at the White House.
Waging an unnecessary war is a grave mistake.
Well I think that you have to be open and honest in order to learn from your mistakes and be able to correct them in the future to understand what would happen to take things off course. And if we don't address these issues openly and honestly then we don't learn.
When words I uttered, believing them to be true, were exposed as false, I was constrained by my duties and loyalty to the President and unable to comment. But I promised reporters and the public that I would someday tell the whole story of what I knew.
I was raised on the values of speaking up and making a positive difference in a very political family that believed in the importance of public service.
As press secretary, I spent countless hours defending the administration from the podium in the White House briefing room.
The Iraq war was not necessary.
I'm glad to share my views.
If it takes talking about unpleasant truths to change Washington, then so be it.
I'm a centrist.
I'm done with my job. It was my job to be the advocate and spokesman for the President of the United States.
I'm someone who believes in centrist governing philosophy.
All I can say is what I believe.
I have had a career in public service.
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