MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE

AS LONG AS HE KEEPS CHANGING HIS STORY, CLINTON CAN'T ESCAPE THE QUESTIONS ABOUT PARTY FUND RAISING

Democratic fund raiser John Huang has been out of sight in Washington, but he was practically stalking the President last week in Australia, where Clinton played golf with Greg Norman, ogled the scalloped opera house in Sydney and stomped through a rain forest near the Great Barrier Reef. No matter where Clinton went to get away, he found himself deflecting questions about Huang and his former boss, Indonesian banker James T. Riady. "Mark Twain said every dog should have a few fleas," the President quipped; "keeps them from worrying so much about being a dog."

But if Huang & Co. hounded...

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