McGrath, Douglas G.
January 1995
New Republic;1/9/95-1/16/95, Vol. 212 Issue 2/3, p10
Presents a hypothetical situation in which only one Secret Service agent is assigned to protect United States President Bill Clinton during the holiday season and other Secret Service agents were assigned to Speaker Newt Gingrich. Decorating the Christmas tree with ornaments Chelsea Clinton made that displayed Hillary Clinton's hairstyles; Gingrich's dictation of revisions to a romance novel he was writing; Senator's handwriting on a note attached to a brick thrown through the White House window.


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