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Dole Campaign Press Release - Clinton Campaign's Dirty Dozen

November 04, 1996

The "main money man for a fund-raiser attended by Clinton that was "arranged to persuade Clinton to ease international sanctions against Iraq."

Danou, Julie

The niece of Samir Danou who said the Danou family donated between $400,000 and $500,000 of the $800,000 raised at the fund- raiser.

Huang, John

A former agent for Indonesia's Lippo Bank, a one-time high ranking official with the Department of Commerce and currently a DNC fundraiser who has illegally raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Bill Clinton.

Lee, John K.H.

South Korean executive who arranged for a quarter-million-dollar illegal donation to the DNC after meeting personally with President Clinton.

Riady, James

Son of the founder of the Lippo Group who met Clinton in 1984 after Lippo invested $20 million in an Arkansas bank. Riady contributed $175,000 to the DNC and the, Clinton Inaugural Fund in 1992 and has since met with Clinton at least three times.

Cabrera, Jorge

Convicted drug smuggler who contributed $20,000 to the Democratic National Committee and was given a White House dinner invitation and a meeting with the First Lady and Vice President.

Tai-Ying, Liu

Head of Taiwanese Nationalist Party's business arm who offered to donate $15 million to the DNC at a meeting with Clinton aide Mark Middleton.

Loutchansky, Grigori

A Russian who operates an international conglomerate linked to money laundering, narcotics and illegal arms sales -- including the smuggling of nuclear weapons from the former Soviet Union -- who Time magazine called "the most pernicious unindicted criminal in the world."

Loutchansky arranged a private meeting with Clinton at a 1993 fundraiser.

Gandhi, Yogesh

A man who says he is penniless and owes $10,000 in back taxes, who contributed $325,000 in questionable funds to DNC during Clinton's term.

Riady, Mochtar

Multi-billionaire founder and CEO of Lippo. Wiriandinata, Arief and Soraya Gardener and green card holders, now back in Indonesia, who managed to give $450,000 to DNC.

Robert Dole, Dole Campaign Press Release - Clinton Campaign's Dirty Dozen Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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