Earlier this week the White House issued denials to the Chicago Sun-Times that it played any role in pressuring Wall Street firms (including Goldman Sachs and Citigroup) to ante up $20 million each to help bail out the presidentially pampered community institution, ShoreBank. Over at the National Legal and Policy Center today I explain how Clintonesquely Sestakian those denials really are. Oh, and that despite a report that the bailout is in trouble, it can’t possibly be dead.
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