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No one in the White House is twisting in the wind."
With that self-inflicted reminder of the Watergate eraechoing advice by John Ehrlichman to John Dean that L. Patrick Gray should be left to "twist slowly, slowly in the wind" rather than be quickly confirmed by the Senate as FBI directorPresident Reagan last week tried to reassure anxious former campaign aides. He was suggesting that none will be fired from his present position because of the tempest over how his staff secured Jimmy Carter's debate briefing book in 1980.
According to Reagan's...