White House coffeepots perked up big money

Rodriguez, Paul M.
February 1997
Insight on the News;02/10/97, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p10
Reports on alleged illegal fundraising by White House Democrats through coffee klatches with United States President Bill Clinton. Clinton's alleged use of the White House Office Data Base in the storage of records; White House's denial of any wrong doing; Alleged violation of ethical and legal rules through the use of the computers; Alleged beneficiaries of the funds.


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