THE CLINTON CHRONICLES
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It Takes a Village Idiot to Believe Bill Clinton
NARRATOR: COINCIDENTALLY, GOVERNOR CLINTON ENACTED A NUMBER OF STATE REGULATIONS, ALLOWING TYSON FOODS TO GROW INTO THE LARGEST INDUSTRY IN ARKANSAS.
LARRY NICHOLS: Don Tyson put in six, seven hundred thousand dollars all told in all of Bill Clinton's campaign. Guess what he got out of it? He got ten million dollars. Guess from where? The Arkansas Development Finance Authority. And he never paid a dime for it.
DOC DELAUGHTER: Now, I had heard rumors of Don Tyson and his alleged cocaine use and distribution. I went through the intelligence files and came up with enough that I thought was a sufficient amount of evidence to launch an investigation on Mr. Tyson simply out of the Arkansas State Police intelligence files that had been accumulating for years.
SCOTT WHEELER: (Journalist): A great deal of criminal investigation files were surfacing with Don Tyson's name mentioned in there as being involved with some drug and narcotics trafficking activities. So I interviewed some of the investigators who worked on the Tyson case. Most of them felt that Tyson should have been indicted, but the investigations were always sabotaged, often times from within. One particular undercover narc agent told me that another criminal investigator in that department, named Doug Fogley, was furnishing Don Tyson with photographs of the undercover narcotics agents that were working on his case.
JOHN BROWN: Donald Smaltz was actually hired to look into the allegations that Tyson had given bribes to different people, specifically to the Secretary of Agriculture, Mike Espy. Now what came out of that investigation was very remarkable: drug abuse, drug distribution, money laundering, even murder for hire. Now, Smatlz collected all this stuff, he compiled it, he put it in proper order. And he approached Janet Reno and he said, "Look, I need to broaden my investigations; I'm finding more here than just simple payoffs." What do you think happened? Well, by now most of you already know; he was turned down. Just exactly what we expected to happen happened. I mean, Tyson already hired lobbyists, attorneys, who all approached Congress, trying to get everybody to stop Smaltz. Why is it in this country today that if you got a lot of money you can walk away? How is it you can create the pressure to stop investigations? And I promise you, Janet Reno has stopped this one. You look at these and you wonder, "How could this happen?" You know, how does someone elude prosecution with reams of investigative reports? How does it get stopped? Some say it's Bill Clinton.
LARRY NICHOLS: Don Tyson was in the middle of the cocaine just like Bill Clinton, just like Dan Lasater, just like Roger Clinton and all the others. So, you see, all of this incest and all of this drug running, all of the trafficking of drugs, sending them all over the nation, came out of little Mena, Arkansas, right under the nose of little Governor Billy Clinton. I went to Bill, and I said, "Bill, you've got two weeks to tell the truth or I'm gonna tell it. You're breaking the law and I can't be a part of it. You made a mistake, I'm not one of your buds. At least I'm not that big a buddy."
JUDGE JIM JOHNSON: When Larry Nichols made his disclosures, made them public, the Clinton spin doctors treated him unmercifully. It shocked those of us who had been kept in the dark through the years, in Arkansas politics. The Arkansas news media had done little, if anything to uncover anything derogatory about Bill Clinton. And for these disclosures to come out of the blue, was so shocking, that the spin doctors attacked the messenger rather than tried to answer the charges that Nichols had made. And they did such an efficient job that it caused me, and others, to look with less than favor on Larry Nichols as an individual, because all we knew about him was what they were telling and the press were printing.
LARRY NICHOLS: One of the neatest things about Bill Clinton is how he handles the media. You see, Bill Clinton is an attorney, and when a witness comes out against his client, what's the first thing an attorney does? He tries to discredit that witness. They accused me of everything under the sun. Day in, day out, every week, every week there was some new scandal in the paper that I was involved in. Six, eight weeks later they'd print a retraction, it wasn't me. But to this day people in Arkansas think that I'm some evil person.
JUDGE JIM JOHNSON: As a result of that, the boy had to pay a high penalty in his credibility, he had to pay a high penalty in his acceptability. And then, when the new evidence came out that supported everything that Larry Nichols had said, he finds himself, I think, probably in the position of knowing that he had been exonerated, but he has not been exonerated in the minds of the people generally, in my view. And he finds himself, probably, in the position of wondering where he goes now to get his good name back.
LARRY NICHOLS: A lot of people wonder how Bill Clinton could control a state the size of Arkansas with the absolute authority that he did. It's not hard. You see, after twelve years, after kissing the people that have the money, Bill Clinton controlled the legal system, he controlled the judges, he controlled the attorneys, he controlled the banks.
GARY JOHNSON (Former attorney for Larry Nichols): It's just a small state, a one party state. What tends to happen in small states like that, I think, is the longer the person remains Governor, that I think the greater the abuses are. And I think the abuses were very, very widespread under Bill Clinton.
LARRY NICHOLS: One thing that's very difficult for the people to understand: Bill Clinton doesn't care about money, he cares about power. All he needed ADFA to do, was to channel money to the big players financially. I got tickled when the reporters during the campaign came here. They were looking, trying to find out where Bill Clinton profited. He didn't. He profited by putting money into his friends' pockets.
GARY JOHNSON: The way they were doing these bond issues, and just the whole political atmosphere, quite frankly, was a scandal. But that's the way things had historically been done in Arkansas.
LARRY NICHOLS: But imagine this, imagine the power this man has in Washington, D.C. Imagine what he can do to this nation, if he gets that circle of power going there, as he did here. Nothing I can do, nothing you can do can stop it. He will have the absolute power, and believe me, he will use it, to have you investigated, to have you arrested, to have your company audited. Now that's what will happen when his circle of power is complete. When I worked at ADFA, it was not uncommon for Bob Nash to call me up and say, "Hey Nichols, the Governor needs about five grand transferred to his travel account, so he can go see his ladies." And we would at ADFA transfer five to ten thousand dollars for him to go see his girlfriends, in either LA or New York. He had used so much travel money to go see women out of his regular travel budget, he would even have to borrow money from ADFA, not to mention the fact that ADFA's budget was not quite as scrutinized as the Governor's budget. But he'd literally use the money, ADFA money, the people of Arkansas, taxpayers' money, to conduct liaisons.
NARRATOR: DURING THE 1990 ARKANSAS GUBERNATORIAL RACE, LARRY NICHOLS, IN A LAST-DITCH ATTEMPT TO ALERT THE PUBLIC, BOLDLY FILED A LAWSUIT AGAINST BILL CLINTON. AS EXPECTED, THE LAWSUIT WAS EVENTUALLY QUASHED, SEALED AND ILLEGALLY DISMISSED BY A CLINTON-APPOINTED JUDGE. WHAT NICHOLS DIDN'T EXPECT WAS A COMPLETE MEDIA BLACKOUT OF THE FACTS HE HAD PRESENTED.
LARRY NICHOLS: Back in 1990, after all the damage they had done to me, I did something that most people wouldn't do in Arkansas: I sued Bill Clinton. Now it's very important to note that in that lawsuit I brought out the names of five women. On October the 19th the only press conference I've ever held in my life was on the Capitol steps of Arkansas. Every news organization in Arkansas, newspaper, TV, radio, were there on the steps. I read the names of the five women. I read and talked about ADFA. No one had ever made such a cold, callous statement against Bill Clinton where he named the women. When I got through with the press conference I went through the center door and I walked, with the camera crews with me, and I walked all the way to the end, to the Governor's office and I left the press release right on the Governor's secretary's desk. Not one bit of the press release made it into the local TV or the local newspapers anywhere. It didn't show up anywhere. The reason I tell you that is because in those days he had the circle of power complete in Arkansas.
NARRATOR: EVENTUALLY, EVERY ALLEGATION STEMMING FROM NICHOLS' 1990 LAWSUIT AND PRESS CONFERENCE WOULD PROVE VALID REGARDING CLINTON'S TAXPAYER-FINANCED SEXUAL LIAISONS, HIS DRUG USAGE AND HIS CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES RELATING TO ADFA AND WHITEWATER. GRADUALLY, THE WOMEN WHO HAD CARRIED ON ADULTEROUS AFFAIRS WITH CLINTON BEGAN TO EMERGE. THE FIRST WAS GENNIFER FLOWERS WHO, LIKE ALL THOSE CLOSE TO CLINTON, WAS FACED WITH A DECISION: EITHER KEEP QUIET AND RECEIVE A GOVERNMENT JOB, OR GO PUBLIC AND FACE CHARACTER ASSASSINATION IN THE PRESS. BETSY WRIGHT, CLINTON'S FORMER CHIEF OF STAFF, ADMITTED SHE HAD BEEN HIRED TO CONDUCT MEDIA SMEAR CAMPAIGNS AGAINST ANYONE PLANNING TO TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT THE GOVERNOR'S SEXUAL HABITS. SHE WAS PREPARED TO GO AFTER AT LEAST 26 WOMEN WHO HAD THE POTENTIAL OF DESTROYING CLINTON'S CHANCE AT THE PRESIDENCY.
LARRY NICHOLS: During the 1992 presidential campaign, I was getting bludgeoned by the media because Gennifer Flowers had come out of my lawsuit. A man called me on the phone on a Monday, his name was Gary Johnson. He was an attorney. He told me that he felt bad because I was being bludgeoned, and he wanted to talk to me about handling my case. Well, I was craving an attorney, any attorney to help me.
GARY JOHNSON: You know, I saw Larry out there doing battles, so to speak, on his own, and I felt like he needed some help.
LARRY NICHOLS: I met him on a Tuesday. He was a special attorney; I didn't even know it. You see, he lived next door to Gennifer Flowers.
NARRATOR: FOR SECURITY PURPOSES, GARY JOHNSON HAD INSTALLED A VIDEO CAMERA NEAR THE FRONT DOOR OF HIS QUAPAW TOWER CONDOMINIUM.
GARY JOHNSON: Looking at someone in front of my door, it got a perfect shot of them in front of Gennifer Flowers' condominium, and it wasn't my intention ever to take pictures of Bill Clinton going in to see Gennifer Flowers. I could care less who Bill Clinton goes to see. But it just so happened she lived next door to me and I mounted the camera there.
LARRY NICHOLS: Guess what he caught on tape? Bill Clinton walking into Gennifer Flowers' apartment on numerous occasions -- with a key.
GARY JOHNSON: I actually saw him go into her condominium. It wasn't that I was standing there looking out my peep hole, watching Gennifer Flowers' condominium. It had nothing to do with Bill Clinton, it's just that I had got, I had got the camera. I had the camera before Gennifer Flowers moved in and when she moved in she just happened to have some very interesting house guests.
LARRY NICHOLS: Go back to 60 Minutes when Bill and Hillary were love and kisses. They stood up and lied, and Bill said that he'd never been to her apartment, that he'd only called her once from the kitchen and from his office. That's an absolute lie, and these tapes proved it.
NARRATOR: THE 60 MINUTES INTERVIEW HAD BEEN DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY TO SAVE CLINTON'S CAMPAIGN, NOT NECESSARILY TO GET TO THE TRUTH.
DON HEWITT (Executive Producer, "60 Minutes"): And they came to us because they were in big trouble in New Hampshire. They were about to lose right there and they needed some first aid. They needed some bandaging. What they needed was a paramedic. So they came to us and we did it and that's what they wanted to do. When I told Tim Russer that I was persona-non-grata at the White House, he said, "Why?" I said, "The Gennifer Flowers interview." He said, "You got him the nomination." I said, "I know that." As far as I know from the conversations I've had, Bernie Nussbaum knew that, Gergen knows that, Lloyd Cutler certainly knows it "cause Lloyd had a hand in his coming on that night. You know it was strong medicine the way I edited it but he was a very sick candidate. He needed very strong medicine, and I'm not in the business of doctoring candidates but he got up out of a sick bed that night and walked to the nomination and as I said to Mandy, "You know if I'd edited it your way, you know where you'd be today? You'd still be up in New Hampshire looking for the nomination." He became the candidate that night.
JUDGE JIM JOHNSON: When the Gennifer Flowers story broke, that story was a hundred times more credible than the story that literally knocked Gary Hart out of the campaign.
GARY JOHNSON: I'd been Gennifer Flowers' neighbor, I knew that Bill Clinton wasn't telling the truth about that. Bill Clinton, I think, would do just about anything to, to save his political hide.
LARRY NICHOLS: He got threatening phone calls. He asked me, he said, "Will they hurt me?" I said, "Well, they haven't hurt me." And I don't know why I didn't worry more about that.
GARY JOHNSON: Basically what they said was, "You mind your own business," and all it did was made me mad. I never thought in a million years that anybody would follow up on it.
LARRY NICHOLS: We filed the request for the subpoenas on Thursday. Saturday morning we found Gary Johnson beaten and left for dead. And without getting into gory details, both elbows were dislocated, his collar bones were broken, his spleen and his bladder were ruptured with holes the size of half dollars in them. His nose, his sinus cavities were all crushed. He had been beaten by Clinton's people.
INTERVIEWER: Were they very large?
GARY JOHNSON: Yes, (laugh), yes they were.
INTERVIEWER: Did they say, "Where's the tape?"
GARY JOHNSON: Yes, they asked me for the tape.
LARRY NICHOLS: Now what's sick is the man gave them the tapes, and then they went and broke his elbows, punctured his spleen, punctured his bladder.
GARY JOHNSON: They looked like state troopers, I'll say that. Clinton can be a very dangerous individual in the state of Arkansas.
LARRY NICHOLS: In my lawsuit in 1990 I named a lady, Sally Perdue, as having an affair with Bill Clinton. Sally had an apartment in Little Rock, and the Clinton security guards would drop him off at her apartment and go park in the woods. When Clinton got through doing his business he would flick the porch light and they'd know to come and get him. She started coming out, started talking. And believe it or not, before she could talk, Clinton's people got to her and offered her a federal job or break her legs, whichever one was the best.
NARRATOR: SALLY PERDUE, FORMER MISS ARKANSAS AND RADIO TALK SHOW HOST, CARRIED ON A SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP WITH GOVERNOR CLINTON BETWEEN AUGUST AND DECEMBER, 1983. STATE TROOPERS AND GOVERNMENT VEHICLES WERE USED AT TAXPAYER EXPENSE TO SHUTTLE CLINTON BACK AND FORTH TO SALLY'S HOME. PERDUE, WHO TODAY SUPERVISES A HOME FOR PEOPLE WITH DOWN'S SYNDROME, WAS OFFERED A $60,000 A YEAR FEDERAL JOB TO KEEP QUIET. SHE REFUSED.
LARRY NICHOLS: And you see, that's illegal. You can't offer a federal job to get someone to hush.
NARRATOR: FOLLOWING HER ATTEMPT TO GO PUBLIC, MISS PERDUE LOST HER JOB AND STARTED RECEIVING THREATENING PHONE CALLS AND LETTERS. LIVE AMMUNITION WAS FOUND ON THE SEAT OF HER CAR AND THE REAR WINDOW OF HER VEHICLE WAS SHOT OUT. EVEN THOUGH A NUMBER OF WITNESSES HAVE CORROBORATED HER STORY, THE AMERICAN PRESS HAS REFUSED TO PRINT IT. DURING THE 1992 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, INTERVIEWS WITH ABC AND NBC AS WELL AS AN APPEARANCE ON THE SALLY JESSE RAPHAEL SHOW WERE TAPED, BUT WERE NEVER AIRED.
LARRY NICHOLS: She had actually been on the Sally Jesse Raphael show right after the New York primary. Did you know that TV stations around the country blacked out that program and wouldn't show it?
NARRATOR: IN DECEMBER, 1993, FORMER BODYGUARDS OF BILL CLINTON CAME FORWARD WITH DETAILED INFORMATION REGARDING THE GOVERNOR'S SEXUAL ENCOUNTERS WITH A NUMBER OF WOMEN. OFFICER LARRY PATTERSON AND OFFICER ROGER PERRY, BOTH VETERAN ARKANSAS TROOPERS, BOLDLY SPOKE ON THE RECORD. TWO OTHER TROOPERS, WHO INITIALLY SPOKE OFF THE RECORD, WERE LATER IDENTIFIED AS DANNY FERGUSON AND RONNIE ANDERSON. IN APRIL, 1994, A FIFTH TROOPER, L .D. BROWN, CAME FORWARD AND CORROBORATED THEIR STORIES, ADDING THAT CLINTON'S SEXUAL PARTNERS NUMBERED OVER ONE HUNDRED DURING THE PERIOD HE WAS EMPLOYED BY THE GOVERNOR. THE TROOPERS' OFFICIAL DUTIES INCLUDED APPROACHING WOMEN TO OBTAIN THEIR PHONE NUMBERS FOR CLINTON, DRIVING HIM TO RENDEZVOUS POINTS IN STATE VEHICLES, GUARDING HIM DURING SEXUAL ENCOUNTERS, SECURING HOTEL ROOMS AND LYING TO HILLARY ABOUT HIS WHEREABOUTS. PHONE LOGS AND OTHER CORROBORATING EVIDENCE FULLY BACKED THESE REPORTS.
OFFICER LARRY PATTERSON: (Arkansas State Police Officer): I saw, on several occasions, Bill Clinton engaging in sexual acts. While I was either blocking the road or working security at the Governor's mansion, I saw it with my own eyes take place, so it's not a rumor, it is firsthand.
OFFICER ROGER PERRY: (Arkansas State Police Officer): The entire conversation inside a vehicle in a two-hour drive from one point to another would be totally about sex and women or jokes. He would actually ask people how they performed oral sex on women in cars. I've been in that conversation. He would ask if you had ever had two to three women at one time in one bed; things like this. Bill Clinton was obsessed with that.
OFFICER LARRY PATTERSON: The first or second time that you're with him and you're alone and you see some attractive woman, he would say, "Hey, Larry. What would you like to do to her?" And, you know, this is the Governor of the state of Arkansas.
OFFICER ROGER PERRY: The majority of his off-time was spent trying to figure out ways to be with women that he wanted to be with. He was more discreet during a campaign year than he was in a routine year as Governor, an off-year.
OFFICER LARRY PATTERSON: We were required to work overtime so we could sit outside some place and block the road or sit in some driveway or sit at some, you know, apartment complex, while he went in to take care of his female friends. You know, state money was utilized.
OFFICER ROGER PERRY: And he had certain troopers that he used for certain women. And Larry Patterson and Danny Ferguson were used for two women in particular.
OFFICER LARRY PATTERSON: He would tell you, "Larry, you see the blond-headed lady in the green outfit? Go get her name and her telephone number for me." He would say, "She has that "come hither" look." And that was verbiage that he used quite often. And on several occasions I have gone out into the crowds; I've never had one of the females to refuse to give me her name and her address.
OFFICER ROGER PERRY: On one occasion it was a Christmas parade of 1989 in a small town in northeast Arkansas. And he picked a lady out of the crowd and asked me to find out who she was. He just carried on about how beautiful she was, how good-looking she was, how big her breasts were and things like that. And I found out that she was interested in a state job. And she gave me her name and number, and I said, "Well, maybe the Governor will call you. Or can I call you?" And when we got in the car, I gave the Governor her name with her phone number, and I said, "You'll like this; she's interested in a state job." And he said, "Oh, good, good, good, good, good!" The next time I saw that lady, she was working for Bill Clinton in his Presidential campaign the night he announced his candidacy for President.
OFFICER LARRY PATTERSON: I was told by Bill Clinton that this was part of my job, to keep people from finding out about his affairs.
OFFICER ROGER PERRY: Most of the women that Bill Clinton had sexual affairs with were well-taken care of . They have good jobs, or their husbands ended up with good jobs. They were well-taken care of and the actual time spent trying to cover up these affairs while he was Governor was nothing like it was when he announced that he was running for President.
NARRATOR: IN AN ATTEMPT TO SILENCE THE OFFICERS, THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION LAUNCHED AN ELABORATE COUNTER-ATTACK, WHICH INCLUDED URGING FERGUSON TO CHANGE HIS STORY AND LEVYING FALSE ACCUSATIONS OF INSURANCE FRAUD AGAINST PERRY AND PATTERSON.
LARRY NICHOLS: When Larry Patterson and Roger Perry came out, Clinton's security guards, they substantiated everything that I've alleged in the lawsuit. These people were there; they were his bodyguards. But, watch what happened. The same thing that happened to me, they planned to do to them. They roasted 'em in the media. They said they were committing insurance fraud.
JUDGE JIM JOHNSON: The evidence that these state policemen have brought forward, relative to Clinton, Clinton's womanizing, is being questioned by the spin doctors as not being credible. Yet, it is more credible than the evidence on 90 percent of the people who are, who are confined now on death row across America.
LARRY NICHOLS: Is this fair? Did y'all see the papers saying that the troopers were telling the truth and were found innocent? Here too, the stories they were telling have a basis since they're not the scumbags that the spin doctors for Clinton tried to make 'em out to be.
JUDGE JIM JOHNSON: These two have had the courage to come forward, and the evidence that they have presented has not only been credible, but it's been overwhelming. And the truth is, I'm convinced that it's just the tip of the iceberg.
NARRATOR: ON MAY 8TH, 1991, PAULA JONES, A STATE EMPLOYEE WITH THE ARKANSAS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION, WAS WORKING THE REGISTRATION DESK FOR THE GOVERNOR'S QUALITY MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE AT THE EXCELSIOR HOTEL. GOVERNOR BILL CLINTON WAS TO BE THE MAIN SPEAKER.
PAULA JONES: I was approached by one of Bill Clinton's bodyguards named Danny Ferguson, and I was given a number and I asked him what it was. I held out my hand and he said it's a number to a hotel room, that the Governor would like to meet with me. Well, I was surprised and I kinda talked it over with my co-worker, and we didn't have any reason to believe that we couldn't trust him, so I agreed to go on up to the room and meet with Mr. Bill Clinton. I got to the room and Governor Clinton, he opened the door to meet me. It was a room that didn't have any beds in it. It had couches and stuff like that. It was more like a meeting-type room. And he had asked me about my job and how I liked it and who my boss was and I told him. And he mentioned that he liked the way that my curves were on my body and he liked the way that my hair went down my back, the middle of my back, and then he tried to lean over and he tried to put his hand up my leg which I just -- it happened so fast -- and he tried to kiss me on the neck -- it happened so fast -- he tried to bend over and kiss me on the neck as he was putting his hand up my leg and I backed off and I said, "I don"t want to do this," and I said, "I think I need to be going." And then he got up before I even knew it and dropped his pants and Bill Clinton asked me to perform oral sex on him, which I declined. And I jumped up and I told him, "I need to go immediately." That's when he went to say, "If you have any trouble whatsoever, you have Dave Harrington, your boss, contact me immediately." I said, well, "I'm leaving," and I started to proceed down the hall to the door and he followed behind me and said, if we could try to keep this between ourselves. And I went down the elevator, went back to my registration desk and I told Pam the whole story.
STEVE JONES (Paula Jones' husband): I can't understand how somebody could take advantage of somebody like that and then have the audacity to drop his, drop his pants. I mean you know...
BILL CLINTON (At TV Press Conference): I'm not going to dignify this by commenting on it.
STEVE JONES Paula gave the exclusive to the Washington Post and Mike Isakof. We were going to be as open as we could with the Washington Post, and Mike told Paula that as far as he was concerned that he believed Paula and that he thought the story should be told. And Mike said they were ready to put the story out and they were going to go to the editors and present the story to them. We heard that Mike got suspended from the Washington Post and there was a big fallout between the editors of the Washington Post and Mike.
NARRATOR: PAULA JONES FILED A LAWSUIT AGAINST PRESIDENT CLINTON CLAIMING SEXUAL HARASSMENT. THE SAME DAY A MASSIVE MEDIA SMEAR CAMPAIGN AGAINST PAULA JONES WAS LAUNCHED.
LARRY NICHOLS: Think about a man that has no more regard for women than Bill Clinton does. They're just sex things. I don't understand the feminist movement being behind Bill Clinton. He hangs women on his wall like trophies.
NARRATOR: A NUMBER OF WOMEN WHO HAVE HAD SEXUAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH BILL CLINTON HAVE ALLEGEDLY BEEN GIVEN MAJOR CAREER BOOSTS IN EXCHANGE FOR SILENCE.
BETH COLSON RECEIVED A JUDICIAL APPOINTMENT TO THE ARKANSAS COURT OF APPEALS FROM CLINTON.
REGINA BLAKELY LANDED A JOB WITH CBS NATIONAL IN WASHINGTON COVERING THE WHITE HOUSE.
LIKEWISE, DEBORAH MATHIS SECURED A LUCRATIVE JOB WITH THE WHITE HOUSE PRESS CORPS.
SUSAN WHITAKER WAS MADE THE LIAISON BETWEEN THE ARKANSAS STATE CAPITOL AND THE WHITE HOUSE.
ELIZABETH WARD OBTAINED A POSITION WITH THE CLINTONS' CLOSE FRIENDS, HOLLYWOOD PRODUCERS HARRY THOMASON AND LINDA BLOODWORTH THOMASON.
AND JO JENKINS WAS GIVEN A HIGH LEVEL POSITION WITH AP&L.
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