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Tell-all author McClellan must tell all to House committee -- under oath

June 10, 2008 |  4:44 am

Scott McClellan, the president's former chief spokesman who wrote a tell-all book about the White House's "culture of deception" and how it hung him out to dry, will testify next weekA happy presidential spokesman Scott McClellan as part of what he now calls the White House culture of deception before a House committee about the leak of CIA agent Valerie Plame's identity.

McClellan will testify under oath about what happened during the Plame affair and whether Vice President Dick Cheney told him to mislead the public about how Plame's identity was leaked to several journalists.

The hearing is scheduled for June 20 before the House Judiciary Committee.

"I'll tell them what I know," McClellan said Monday night on MSNBC's "Countdown" with Keith Olbermann, as they discussed McClellan's book, "What Happened."

For more on the story, click here. And watch the MSNBC video below.

-- Andrew Malcolm

Photo: Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan will testify next week before a House committee about the leak of CIA agent Valerie Plame's identity. Credit: Associated Press

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