Jack Abramoff: Lobbyist associated with Tom DeLay. Charged with six counts of fraud and conspiracy.
Elliott Abrams: National Security Council Advisor on Middle East Affairs. Former Iran-Contra convict.
David Addington: Counsel to Vice President Cheney. Promoted to Chief of Staff after I. Lewis Libby was indicted and resigned.
Iyad Allawi: US-appointed Prime Minister of Iraq.
L. Paul Bremer:
George H.W. Bush:
George W. Bush:
Ahmad Chalabi: Iraqi bank robber.
Douglas Feith: Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.
Patrick Fitzgerald: Special prosecutor for the Plame coverup.
Thomas Friedman: New York Times columnist.
David Frum: Bush speechwriter, best known for penning the "axis of evil" line. Wrote The Right Man about Bush. Co-wrote An End to Evil with Richard Perle.
Reuel Marc Gerecht: Former CIA officer; AEI-based Iraq war hawk.
Alberto Gonzalez: White House Counsel, later Attorney General.
Zalmay Khalilzad: Bush ambassador to Afghanistan, then Iraq.
William Luti: Deputy to Douglas Feith.
Scott McClellan: Bush White House spokesman.
Judith Miller: : Karl Rove's mole in the New York Times. Served 85 days in jail for contempt in obstructing the Plame leak investigation.
David Safavian: Bush administration official: GSA chief of staff, then worked for OMB as administration's top procurement official. Resigned when charged for making false statements and obstructing investigation of lobbyist Jack Abramoff.
Eric Shinseki: US Army Chief of Staff. Dismissed after he predicted that Iraq war would require "several hundred thousand troops."
Frances Fargos Townsend: Bush White House domestic security adviser. Named by Bush to head inquiry into administration's handling of Hurricane Katrina.
John Yoo: Deputy assistant attorney general, Office of Legal Counsel, Department of Justice. Wrote "torture memo" to White House Counsel Alberto Gonzalez, justifying use of torture on "War on Terror" detainees.
Anthony Zinni: Marine Corps General. Commander US CENTCOM 1997-2000. Special envoy to the Middle East from Nov. 2002 to Mar. 2003.