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Clinton / Real Estate Development #150777

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 07, 1994
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Attorney General Janet Reno reported rejecting a call for a special prosecutor to look into President Clinton's role in the real estate development called Whitewater.

(Hot Springs, Arkansas: Jim Wooten) Damage control at the White House about the Whitewater deal featured; the negotiations between the White House and the Justice Department over the issue of turning over the documents reviewed. [On "This Week with David Brinkley", senior adviser to the president George STEPHANOPOULOS, White House communications chief David GERGEN - say Clinton will turn over documents.] [On CNN, GERGEN - says we are asking for a subpoena.] The damage controllers named: Gergen, Stephanopoulos, Harold Ickes, James Carville, Paul Begala and Bruce Lindsey. [On NBC, GERGEN - comments further.]

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter;
Wooten, Jim
Duration:
00:02:20

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