You can call him caught

Fineman, Howard; Breslau, Karen
September 1997
Newsweek;9/15/1997, Vol. 130 Issue 11, p77
Focuses on the role of United States Vice President Al Gore in fund raising for the US National Democratic party. The probe ordered by US Attorney General Janet Reno; Gore's visit to a Buddhist temple in 1996; Comments by Gore; Speculation.


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