|Firmly rooted in this espionage program in the 1990s, according to Edmonds' deposition, were two men who, with the election of George Bush as president in 2000, found themselves in the Pentagon: Douglas Feith, who would head the Office of Special Plans, and Richard Perle, who would become chairman of the Defense Advisory Board.
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