Al Gore / Fundraising

GUESTS: Michael Isikoff Investigative Reporter, Newsweek Magazine, Washington D.C. Michael Duffy Washington Bureau Chief, Time Magazine Vice President Al Gore was the focus of the Senate Committee investigating campaign fundraising abuses this past week. At issue are White House calls allegedly made by the vice president to DNC contributors. The Justice Department already announced a 30-day review to determine whether an independent counsel should be appointed to look into the matter. Join Ray Suarez on Talk of the Nation for a look at Al Gore's fundraising woes and how the hearings might affect his bid for the presidency in the year 2000.

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