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Nightline #647804

ABC Special for Tuesday, Apr 26, 1994

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  • Live discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), Democratic strategist Ann Lewis, and "Wall Street Journal" columnist Paul Gigot re: last week's Hillary Clinton press conference held in order to respond to reporter's questions about her involvement with a Whitewater Development Corporation real estate venture to which money from the failed Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan may have been diverted, and her investments in futures commodities in the 1970s.
  • Taped segment with Chris Bury (ABC), talk show host David Letterman, "Newsweek" columnist Howard Fineman, Hillary Clinton, Michael Barone of "US News and World Report", and Democratic pollster Celinda Lake.

  • Reporter(s):
    Koppel, Ted (ABC);
    Bury, Chris (ABC)
    Duration:
    00:29:00

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