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CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 02, 1998
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(Studio: Gene Randall) Report introduced.

(Palo Alto: John King) President Clinton's weekend in California for fund raising and to visit daughter Chelsea at Stanford featured; scenes shown of Clinton on the golf course. The matter of the prison telephone conversations held by Whitewater figure Webster Hubbell and the issue raised reviewed; statement from Representative Dan Burton defending his decision to release to prison telephone tapes quoted. Independent counsel Kenneth Starr's ongoing investigation of the president on the Monica Lewinsky and older Whitewater matters reviewed. The White House concerns about the indictment of Hubbell and his wife on income tax charges discussed.

(Studio: Gene Randall) Special Late Edition on Hubbell's story tomorrow previewed.

King, John;
Randall, Gene

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