(For the record, it seems a no-brainer that of course the president can declassify and make public anything he wants to. The problem in this case is the delivery method -- stealth instead of public accountability. Bush didn't want anyone to know he was the leaker of a smear against Joe Wilson. The swaggering "leader" is actually a coward.)
But we digress. Friday's gaggle included this very odd query about the indicted Libby:
QUESTION: Scott, on March the 30th, I believe, last Thursday, Mr. Libby was spotted at the White House Mess. It just seems unusual that he would be coming back to the White House in this situation. Any ideas why he --
Scott McClellan: I don't know anything about that. I don't think so.
QUESTION: You don't think what?
Scott McClellan: I don't think he was here.
QUESTION: What would you do if I --
Scott McClellan: You spotted him?
QUESTION: I have a pretty good source I trust that did.
Scott McClellan: I'll check into it, John, but I don't think that's --
QUESTION: Alan Greenspan was here Thursday, March the 30th.
Scott McClellan: I don't think so, but I'll check. I'll check. I wasn't camped out at the Mess.