Dinner with Hillary: talking points for the next round

Morris, Dick
September 2007
Hill;9/26/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 111, p47
The article presents several questions which are said to be asked to Senator Hillary Clinton during the next round of Sunday shows in the U.S. One question asks why cannot she follow Bill Clinton who refused to accept political action committee (PAC) contributions in his campaigns. Another question asks why she became careless in vetting the donations generated by Norman Hsu.


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