FEMA is selling more than 100,000 contaminated trailers and mobile homes that are toxic enough to make people very sick.
The White House spokesman said news networks should apologize for reporting on the Washington Post's story about the phony Iraqi weapons trailers. But when reporters quizzed him on what Bush knew and when he knew it, McClellan ducked the question.
Bush claimed that two small trailers found after the invasion of Iraq vindicated his claim of banned WMDs--but intelligence officials had already concluded that the trailers were bogus. The Washington Post has the scoop.