The Coffee Tapes
Dec. 15, 1995
This movie shows scenes from a typical White House coffee, held for invited guests who were potential Democratic campaign contributors. The tape has been edited by CNN Interactive. (672K QuickTime movie, 896K large size QuickTime movie)
White House Map Room, Dec. 13, 1995
In the background sound of this tape, an unidentified donor can be heard approaching then-Democratic National Committee Chairman Don Fowler with the offer of five checks. Fowler declined the checks, saying, "As soon as this thing is over, I'll call you. I'm sorry I can't take this. I apologize to you, and we'll get it done." (3MB QuickTime movie)
April 1, 1996
International oilman and Democratic contributor Roger Tamraz can be seen attending this coffee. Tamraz later told the Senate committee investigating campaign fund-raising that he donated some $300,000 to the Democratic Party in part to gain White House access. (1.9MB QuickTime movie)
June 18, 1996
Clinton greeted controversial Democratic fund-raiser John Huang at this coffee. No audio for this segment is currently available; the White House says it will be made available shortly. (1.3MB QuickTime movie)
In Other News:
Monday Oct. 6, 1997
Clinton: Delayed Release Of Tapes Was Accidental
Copyright © 1997 AllPolitics All Rights Reserved.
Terms under which this information is provided to you.