From a December 16, 2006 NY Post story:
Norman Hsu, who has raised millions for the Democratic Party, threw a party at Buddakan to celebrate the Democrats’ new control of Congress, the Senate and 28 state governors’ offices. Attendees at the recent bash included New York Attorney General-elect Andrew Cuomo, Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and Tennessee Rep. Harold Ford Jr., who recently lost his bid for the Senate. At one point, Hsu grabbed the microphone from deejay David Chang to declare to the crowd of Democratic movers and shakers that, “If you are supporters of Hillary Clinton for President 2008, you can stay. Otherwise, get out!” The booze flowed freely and one very young Congressman-elect wound up throwing up outside the restaurant.
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