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Nightline: The Lost And Found Records #648201

ABC Special for Tuesday, Jan 30, 1996

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Taped segments with Chris Bury (ABC), Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, former Clintons business partner Susan McDougal, Rose law firm attorney Rick Massey, attorney Susan Thomases, Sen. Alfonse D'Amato, Sen. John Kerry, Henry O'Neil of the US Secret Service, Associate Counsel to the President Stephen Neuwirth, Hillary Clinton's Chief of Staff Maggie Williams, Professor Jonathan Turley, Correspondence Secretary Carolyn Huber, Sen. Lauch Faircloth, Sue Schmidt of "The Washington Post", and Special Counsel to the President Mark Fabiani re: questions surrounding Hillary Clinton's statements concerning her involvement in a Whitewater Development Corporation real estate venture, her involvement in the 1993 White House travel office reorganization, and the recent discovery in the White House of her subpoenaed Rose law firm billing records, and a brief discussion between Ted Koppel (ABC) and Bury.


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