Barnes, Fred
March 1994
New Republic;3/28/94, Vol. 210 Issue 13, p12
Opposes the appointment of veteran public official and counsel Lloyd Cutler by U.S. President Bill Clinton to deal with media and the opposition in connection with the Whitewater real estate scandal. Role of Cutler in managing previous scandals involving former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan; Opposition to an analogy between the Whitewater scandal and the scandal involving Nixon; Criticism against Clinton's denial that First Lady Hillary Clinton ordered the shredding of documents connected with Whitewater.


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