Al means business, though maybe he shouldn’t always hide behind his wife. Also, the Ridge Wars. Plus: Hillary helps a new friend meet an old friend.
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. “He’s trying to
line up help in the Northeast for the primary runs,” says a
Gephardt campaign adviser. “Ickes knows New York like no one else.
With [Massachusetts Sen.]
in the race,
Ickes would be a good guy to have on the team.”
Ickes was a key adviser to Hillary Clinton in the early days of
her Senate campaign and remains a confidante. “He certainly
wouldn’t be talking to Gephardt without her knowing,” says a
Clinton staffer in New York. “Harold is her guy.”
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