Tepid response

Fenyvesi, Charles
June 1993
U.S. News & World Report;6/21/93, Vol. 114 Issue 24, p20
Reports that with William Sessions almost certainly on the way out as FBI director, one of the first tasks of his successor will be to close the widening breach between the bureau and the White House. Specifics on sources of tension that exist.


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