Campaign 2000: Who's Sorry Now?

After another police killing, Giuliani offers no apologies. That gives Hillary Clinton an opening--and sparks the hottest week yet in their Senate race

Last week Hillary Clinton was a better mayor of New York City than the man who holds the job. Commenting on the most recent killing of an unarmed man, Patrick Dorismond, by an undercover narcotics cop, Clinton told a congregation at the Bethel A.M.E. Church, "I do not believe that bad relations with the police is a necessary cost of doing the business of keeping our cities safe." She went on to criticize Mayor Rudy Giuliani directly: "If he is leading the rush to judgment in New York, how can we trust him to exercise good judgment in Washington?"

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