If We Win, Count Me Out

Should Bill Clinton win the White House this November, being Democratic National Committee chairman surely remains a plum job. Not! says former House majority whip TONY COELHO, who would be interested in the position only if his < party loses. With Bush in the White House for a second term, the d.n.c. chairman keeps his clout as the party's titular head and chief strategist. Under President Clinton, the job becomes ceremonial and, well, bor-r-r-ring.


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