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Clinton / Whitewater Case / A Review #152519

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 09, 1994
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The Whitewater case that has haunted Bill and Hillary Clinton examined; scenes shown of the Arkansas players: the Clintons, real estate investor and his wife Jim and Susan McDougal. [McDOUGAL, former state banking commissioner Marlin JACKSON, "Arkansas Democrat-Gazette" John STARR - talk about McDougal and business and politics in Arkansas.]

(On the White River: Mark Potter) The Whitewater land deal examined; scenes shown of the development area along the White River that the Clintons invested in through McDougal. [Jim McDOUGAL, Bill CLINTON - talk about the investment.] The finances behind the investors' purchase and the forming of the four-partner Whitewater corporation detailed. [Bank board's Steve SANDERS - says McDougal's assets got the loan.] Hillary said borrowing 30 thousand through McDougal's bank in 1980 to build a model home on a Whitewater lot. [November 1980, Bill CLINTON - talks about his political loss.] [Realtor Chris WADE - talks about the property.] McDougal noted acquiring Madison Guaranty S&L in 1982. [McDOUGAL - explains his handling of the Whitewater payments and his real estate trading deal with Wade.] [JACKSON - says the Whitewater failure was typical of the times.]

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter;
Potter, Mark
Duration:
00:09:40

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