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Whitewater / Starr #375221

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 04, 1997
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Whitewater special prosecutor Ken Starr's subpoena of White House chief of staff Eskine Bowles and President Clinton's counsel Mack McLarty for testimony concerning what they did to help Clinton friend Webster Hubbell reported; scenes shown of Hubbell in Little Rock.

(Studio: Mike Wallace) Excerpts from a 60 Minutes interview with Hubbell featured; details of the Hubbell-Rose Law firm saga reviewed. [HUBBELL - says he earned his salary working; talks about being in prison.] Starr's interest in investigating the help Hubbell received from the White House noted.

Rather, Dan;
Wallace, Mike

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