July 1997
National Review;7/28/1997, Vol. 49 Issue 14, p52
The article presents several letters presumably written by U.S. Vice President Al Gore in July 1997. The contents of the letters mainly speaks about a congressional subpoena. One of Gore's letters speaks of the hearings into the alleged fund raising improprieties during the 1996 campaign. Gore's other letter mentions the next presidential campaign. In the last letter, Gore extends his gratitude to one of his staff for her excellent service and loyalty. He thanks his staff for her hard work and dedication. Moreover, Gore informs her that she is receiving a check as payment for her excellent job performance.


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