Who Stabbed Sununu?

When a man makes this many enemies, almost everyone in Washington has a motive for trying to topple him

There were no tears for John Sununu last week. Not in Washington, not in his home state of New Hampshire -- least of all at the White House, whose staff he has terrorized with personal insults and paranoid suspicions over the past two years. "This is the time when you expect 40 people to stand up and say, 'I know John Sununu, and he would never violate the public trust.' But you don't hear that, do you?" asked a senior administration official. "That's because John has violated one of the first rules of politics: Don't make enemies you don't need to...

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