Movin' on up
Elliott Abrams, who pleaded guilty in 1991 to withholding information from Congress in the Iran-contra affair, has been promoted to deputy national security adviser to President Bush.
Abrams, who previously was in charge of Middle East affairs, will be responsible for pushing Bush's strategy for advancing democracy.
He was pardoned by the first President Bush.
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