Judy Miller had this to say in the new NYT article:
At the behest of President Bush and Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr. Libby had signed a blanket form waiver, which his lawyer signaled to my counsel was not really voluntarySo President Bush ordered the White House staff to cooperate fully, tell everything they knew, and waive any reporter privileges they had. Scooter Libby turned around and behind the President's back told Judy Miller, ignore the president and don't accept my waiver.
Why is Scooter Libby still working in the White House after directly undercutting the president on a direct order?
A direct order from the president and Scooter Libby thought he was more important. The big question remains whether President Bush thinks his word is more important than President Libby's.