THE HUBBELL RESCUE MISSION

THE WHITE HOUSE SEEMS TO HAVE A CREDIBLE STORY, BUT WHAT TOOK SO LONG, AND WHY DOES IT LOOK SO BAD?

The President's friends need no help from his enemies when it comes to stirring theories of dark White House conspiracy. Last week the Clinton high command proved once again that if you fudge and deny and equivocate long enough, even coming clean can make you look dirty.

The issue at hand is the question that has most intrigued Whitewater prosecutor Kenneth Starr of late: How is it that so many of the President's supporters happened to throw more than $400,000 in business to Webster Hubbell in the months after Clinton's best friend resigned from the No. 3 post at the Justice...

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