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White House / FBI Files / Aldrich Book #370248

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 30, 1996
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(White House: Eric Engberg) The FBI files issue and the new book, "Unlimited Access", by retired FBI agent Gary Aldrich, which further criticizes the White House, featured. [On "Face the Nation", Representative William CLINGER - says the administration has raised a climate of secrecy.] [On "This Week with David Brinkley", ALDRICH - comments on the files.] [Senior advisor to the president George STEPHANOPOULOS - blames right-wing political operatives.] Statement from Aldrich that White House personnel security director Craig Livingstone got his job at the insistence of Hillary Clinton and response from Stephanopoulos that Livingstone was hired by the late Vince Foster noted.

Engberg, Eric;
Roberts, John

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