Feingold Finds Little Support on Presidential Censure Plan

Democrats distanced themselves Monday from Wisconsin Democratic U.S. Senator Russ Feingold and his effort to censure President Bush over domestic spying.

Feingold's fellow Democrats say they first want to see the Senate intelligence investigation finished. That investigation is looking at the warrentless wiretapping program Bush authorized as what he says is his war on terrorism.

Feingold's five-page censure resolution accuses Bush of violating the Constitution and the 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.