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Ron Burkle raised $10 million for the Clintons. Now, he has almost nothing to do with them. - LA Times


Ron Burkle raised $10 million for the Clintons. Now, he has almost nothing to do with them. - LA Times: Burkle suspects Geffen was a source for some of the most damning media coverage, the worst of which emerged at a time Geffen was riled with Bill Clinton for refusing to pardon Leonard Peltier, the imprisoned Native American activist who Amnesty International says was unfairly convicted of murdering two FBI agents in 1975. Geffen has denied it. And because this is Hollywood and these are billionaires, Burkle expresses surprise when asked if bitterness lingers between him and Geffen. Burkle insists they are friends.

He says the same about the Clintons. The days of regular phone chats are gone, Burkle said, but when he bumped into Bill Clinton at a funeral a couple of months ago, they hugged.

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