Campaign 2000

Hillary Hears Strains of The Music She Will Face

To scandal cognoscenti, there was nothing new in the headline last week that KEN STARR'S chief deputy once drafted an indictment against HILLARY CLINTON. But the confirmation by prosecutor W. HICKMAN EWING, coming at the outset of Whitewater figure SUSAN MCDOUGAL'S trial for contempt, sent chills through the First Lady and those advising her as she considers a run for a New York Senate seat, sources say. As a sign of things to come, says one, "this most recent news gives you pause."

The case against McDougal, along with the June 14 trial of Hillary's former law partner WEBSTER HUBBELL,...

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