Dreyfuss describes in detail the changes in the CIA after Goss's appointment by G.W. Bush. Dreyfuss found that 90 senior CIA officials resigned when Goss took over and morale plummeted. Dreyfuss also writes that part of Goss's mission was to politicize the CIA and "yank the errant agency onto Bush's team." One example was the White House pressure for the CIA to bend its conclusions on the existence or nonexistence of Iraqi WMDs.