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Tags: thompson | hillary

Fred Thompson Adviser Rips Hillary

Tuesday, 11 September 2007 09:29 PM

An adviser to Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson said Tuesday that Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton should have been leery of accepting $850,000 from a fugitive Asian-American this year because her husband experienced similar problems when he was president.

Rich Galen said Clinton's 2008 campaign has become "the sequel" to her husband's scandal-plagued 1996 campaign, according to the Dallas Examiner.

Galen is an adviser to Thompson, who chaired a Senate investigation into illegal contributions by Asian-Americans to Bill Clinton's re-election campaign and the couple's legal defense fund in the 1996 election cycle.

"You have to look at this with a great deal of skepticism that - having been through this sort of thing in '96 - that nobody thought to say, 'Hey, you know, we better take another look at this before we take all this money,' " he said, reports the Examiner.

"And the fact that nobody did - or if they did, they decided to just put their finger in front of their lips and say shhh and try to sneak off into the distance - tells you a great deal about the fact that the Hillary Clinton campaign is the Bill Clinton campaign redux."

Hillary Clinton announced she was returning $850,000 raised by fugitive Norman Hsu, who jumped bail in 1992 after being convicted of defrauding investors of $1 million. Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson said the campaign was "unaware" of a warrant for Hsu's arrest.

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An adviser to Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson said Tuesday that Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton should have been leery of accepting $850,000 from a fugitive Asian-American this year because her husband experienced similar problems when he was president.Rich...
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