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Colin Powell Vows For Sen. Steven’s Honesty

Sen. Ted Stevens is bringing in the heavy artillery. The latest: testimony from Colin Powell.

By Erika Bolstad and Richard Mauer
Anchorage Daily News
WASHINGTON – One of the nation’s best-known retired Army generals, Colin Powell, described Sen. Ted Stevens in court today as a “trusted individual” and a man with a “sterling” reputation.
“He was someone whose word you could rely on,” said Powell, secretary of state in President Bush’s first term, who self-deprecatingly described himself as someone who retired as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and then “dabbled a bit in diplomacy.”
Stevens, on trial for lying about gifts on financial disclosure forms, has the right to ask character witnesses to speak on behalf of his “truthfulness and veracity.” The first such character witness, Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, spoke Thursday. Another three are set to testify on Stevens’ behalf, but the highest-profile witness, by far, will be Powell.
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