Vanity Fair July 2005
As Hillary Clinton seeks re-election to the U.S. Senate next year, she is also considered a Democratic front-runner for the presidency in 2008. But back in 1999, when the First Lady began to contemplate a political career of her own, she faced serious obstacles, not least the disdain and distrust of the powerful man she hoped to replace, New York Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, and his tough-minded wife, Liz. In an excerpt from his new book, Edward Klein take an inside look at Clinton’s first campaign: the muscle, the money, and the lingering scent of scandal.
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