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“He’d never propose that Clinton lead the delegation,” a Leach staffer on the House International Relations Committee tells the Prowler. “That’s why he wants Bush’s father to lead the delegation.”
But the staffer also admits that “Clinton would probably jump at the opportunity. It could be his Nixonian moment for retribution.”
In any case, the staffer quickly adds, giving Clinton an opportunity to repair his image isn’t the point of Leach and Capp’s letter. “If there is going to be peace in the Middle East it has to be facilitated at the levels of American government. These former presidents represent the experience we need to project there.”
When told of the proposal, a White House foreign policy analyst simply laughed.p> DASCHLE QUALITY br> Despite a number of important Illinois races — such as Rod Blagojevich
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It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
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