ABC News has learned that one was Susan Ralston, Rove's long-time right hand. The other, per ABC News' Jake Tapper, was Israel "Izzy" Hernandez, Rove's former left hand (and now a top Commerce Department official). It isn't clear if either had been asked to testify before last week.
President Bush wants public schools to teach creationism in science classes.
President Bush said Monday he believes schools should discuss "intelligent design" alongside evolution when teaching students about the creation of life.
Additionally, Bush was asked where he might live after his presidency comes to an end.
And he said he will probably become a part-time resident of whatever location gets the library. Asked where he plans to live after Jan. 20, 2009, Bush said, "Crawford, plus, I suspect, close to the library, wherever it might be."
Bush noted that he finally wanted to finish reading "Mt Pet Goat" which he was so rudely interrupted from.