She said: "I am obviously deeply chagrined that I ever write anything that turns out to be incorrect. I'm deeply sorry that the stories were wrong."That's some apology. She's sorry the spooks got it wrong; even her apologies aren't factually correct.
Although Ms Miller apologised for the intelligence being incorrect she defended her journalism saying she was right to publish and had done everything she could to verify the facts. She said: "I'm deeply sorry our intelligence community got it wrong.
"I am deeply sorry that the President was given a national intelligence estimate which concluded that Saddam Hussein had biological and chemical weapons and a active weapons programme."
Can anyone tell me why she was ever employed by the "Paper of Record" in the first place?
And, as with so much good reporting lately, can anyone tell me why we learn so much about our own country from the foreign press?