Larry Thompson

Larry Thompson served as Deputy Attorney General during the George W. Bush presidency, from 2001-2003. In 2002, Attorney General John Ashcroft named Thompson to lead the National Security Coordination Counsel, and President Bush appointed him to lead the Corporate Fraud Task Force.


Helpful Links

To learn more about this interviewee, please consult some of the below links.

  • Biography from the George W. Bush Presidential Center.
  • Thompson discusses his life and career, including working for the attorney general.