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Clinton / California Visit / Hubbell, Campaign Finance #424748

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 03, 1998
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.

(Palo Alto: John King) President Clinton's visit to California to raise party funds and visit his daughter Chelsea reviewed; scenes shown; details given of the issue of the Representative Dan Burton's release of the taped conversations of Whitewater figure Webster Hubbell while he was in prison. [BURTON - says he will release all of the tapes.] The new debate over Attorney General Janet Reno's decision not to name an independent counsel to investigate Clinton's role in Democratic fund-raising abuses and the status of independent counsel Kenneth Starr's Whitewater investigation in Arkansas and what he will do in the Monica Lewinsky case outlined.

King, John;
Savidge, Martin

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