Bill Clinton and Money
On Friday, January 15, 1999, the House prosecutors took to the Senate floor to argue, once again, for the impeachment of President William Jefferson Clinton. (Why the newscasters felt compelled to intone his three names during this period, when plain old "Bill" sufficed in other times, is still a mystery.) That morning, Clinton headed to New York City. to attend a gathering at Windows on the World, the ultraexpensive restaurant on the 107th floor of One World Trade Center. But the event wasn't one of the innumerable fundraisers the president had held in and around Wall Street in the previous eight years. Rather, it was a conference hosted by Jesse Jackson's Wall Street Project, an organization founded
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Publication information: Book title: Bull Run:Wall Street, the Democrats, and the New Politics of Personal Finance. Contributors: Daniel Gross - Author. Publisher: PublicAffairs. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2000. Page number: 81.
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