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George Bush
George Bush
Impeachment resolutions have been filed; the house voted to send the resolutions to the House Judiciary Committee.
Dick Cheney
Dick Cheney
Impeachment resolution filed in 2007; house voted to send the resolution to the House Judiciary Committee
Scooter Libby
Scooter Libby
Although Bush immediately commuted his sentence, Libby was indicted on federal obstruction and perjury charges resulting from the grand jury investigation into the CIA identity leak known as the Plame Affair. Libby is the highest-ranking White House official convicted in a government scandal since National Security Adviser John Poindexter in the Iran-Contra affair.
Karl Rove
Karl Rove
Rove lied about his involvement in - and avoided any legal repercussions from - the Valeria Plame affair. Additionally, by hiding behind executive privilege, Rove ignored a subpoena to appear for a congressional probe into the highly politicized firing of nine U.S. attorneys, prompting house motions to cite him for contempt.
Jack Abramoff
Jack Abramoff
Serving six years in prison for charges of conspiracy, honest services fraud and tax evasion. For additional charges stemming from influence-peddling in Washington, Abramoff was sentenced to 4 years in federal prison on September 4, 2008. He is cooperating in a bribery investigation involving members of the Bush administration and other lawmakers.
Tom DeLay
Tom DeLay
Indicted in 2005 on criminal charges of conspiracy to violate election laws in 2002. After denying allegations of guilt for over a year, DeLay finally stepped down from his position as  House Majority Leader on June 9, 2006. DeLay has also been implicated in the Justice Department investigation into Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff's financing scandals.
Donald Rumsfeld
Donald Rumsfeld
Resigned November 8, 2006 under pressure from both parties and top-level ex-military as a result of mismanagement of Iraq invasion & occupation
Paul Wolfowitz
Paul Wolfowitz
Left State Department for controversial appointment as President of World Bank, resigned World Bank amid scandal in 2007. .

 

 

 
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