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Nightline: Lost and Found #648293

ABC Special for Thursday, Feb 08, 1996

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  • Live discussion with Forrest Sawyer (ABC), Whitewater Special Counsel Michael Chertoff, and Whitewater Minority Counsel Richard Ben-Veniste re: the recent discovery in the White House of Hillary Clinton's subpoenaed Rose law firm billing records.
  • Taped segment with Chris Bury (ABC), Hillary Clinton, White House spokesman Mark Fabiani, White House usher Chris Emory, Sen. Alfonse D'Amato, Deputy Whitewater Special Counsel Alice Fisher, White House Assistant Usher Dennis Freemeyer, Chief White House Usher Gary Walters, Hillary Clinton's Assistant Capricia Marshall, Chertoff, Correspondence Secretary Carolyn Huber, Clinton attorney David Kendall, Special Counsel to the President Jane Sherburne, Sen. Rod Grams, Ben-Veniste, former Deputy Attorney General Webster Hubbell, and Sen. Richard Shelby.

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