The painful toll of Whitewater

Walsh, Kenneth T.
April 1994
U.S. News & World Report;4/4/94, Vol. 116 Issue 13, p24
Suggests that President Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton are far more frazzled by the Whitewater furor than they have let on. How the last 14 months have been far more grueling than the Clinton's ever imagined; Deaths in the family; Mrs. Clinton's personal challenge, her lack of privacy; Attempts to have the rest of 1994 go more smoothly for them; Prediction that White House Deputy Chief of Staff Harold Ickes will lose some of his vast portfolio.


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