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November 13, 1992 | Associated Press
The FBI is investigating whether the State Department illegally monitored a department official's phone calls concerning searches of President-elect Bill Clinton's passport files, FBI sources confirmed Thursday. The sources confirmed that the investigation focused on the department's operations center and its monitoring of phone calls by former Assistant Secretary of State Elizabeth Tamposi.
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November 19, 1992 | DOYLE McMANUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the long white halls of the State Department, the talk on Wednesday was of anguish and anger, and the stinging hurt of a proud institution that feels itself betrayed. "Our reputation has been tarnished," Acting Secretary of State Lawrence S. Eagleburger said somberly, his usual ebullience erased. "We have no business being engaged in this kind of activity, and I am sorry it happened . . . . The damage done to the governor, if there has been any, I apologize for it.
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November 15, 1992 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State Department investigators looking into the department's search of Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton's passport files have not established a link to anyone at the White House, a White House official said Saturday. "As far as I know, this investigation is contained at State," the official said.
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November 19, 1992 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a stinging report, the State Department's inspector general concluded Wednesday that overzealous political appointees subverted government regulations in their search through Democrat Bill Clinton's passport file in an unsuccessful effort to find damaging information that could be used by President Bush's reelection campaign.
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November 19, 1992 | DOYLE McMANUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the long white halls of the State Department, the talk on Wednesday was of anguish and anger, and the stinging hurt of a proud institution that feels itself betrayed. "Our reputation has been tarnished," Acting Secretary of State Lawrence S. Eagleburger said somberly, his usual ebullience erased. "We have no business being engaged in this kind of activity, and I am sorry it happened . . . . The damage done to the governor, if there has been any, I apologize for it.
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November 16, 1992 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fired State Department official Elizabeth M. Tamposi has told investigators that the White House demanded a search of Bill Clinton's passport records to try to substantiate charges by conservative congressmen that the Democratic presidential nominee had considered renouncing his citizenship during the Vietnam War, sources familiar with her testimony said Sunday.
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November 19, 1992 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a stinging report, the State Department's inspector general concluded Wednesday that overzealous political appointees subverted government regulations in their search through Democrat Bill Clinton's passport file in an unsuccessful effort to find damaging information that could be used by President Bush's reelection campaign.
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November 14, 1992 | WALTER PINCUS and MICHAEL ISIKOFF, THE WASHINGTON POST
Former Assistant Secretary of State Elizabeth M. Tamposi had Bill Clinton's passport records delivered to her home on the night of Sept. 30 after the documents were found during an unusual evening search by three Tamposi deputies at a National Archives warehouse in Suitland, Md., according to knowledgeable sources.
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November 29, 1990 | SCOTT HARRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Her last name, by marriage, is Davis. A native of Kuwait, she was working in a computer firm there when she met the American co-worker who would be her husband. After the Iraqi tanks rolled in Aug. 2, she was able to get out with their two young sons. Her husband remains in hiding. "My husband has not seen the sun in four months," said Davis, who asked that her first name remain confidential.
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November 23, 1992 | ROY RIVENBURG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rumor has it that George Bush might become president of his alma mater, Yale University, after leaving the White House. A possible preview: * May, 1993: Violent student protests erupt after Bush breaks his "Read my lips, no new tuition hikes" pledge. He later blames the increase on "the liberal faculty senate." * June, 1993: Clarence Thomas is named visiting professor of women's studies. * August, 1993: Dean of Letters Dan Quayle inaugurates the Yale spelling be.
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November 16, 1992 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fired State Department official Elizabeth M. Tamposi has told investigators that the White House demanded a search of Bill Clinton's passport records to try to substantiate charges by conservative congressmen that the Democratic presidential nominee had considered renouncing his citizenship during the Vietnam War, sources familiar with her testimony said Sunday.
NEWS
November 15, 1992 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State Department investigators looking into the department's search of Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton's passport files have not established a link to anyone at the White House, a White House official said Saturday. "As far as I know, this investigation is contained at State," the official said.
NEWS
November 14, 1992 | WALTER PINCUS and MICHAEL ISIKOFF, THE WASHINGTON POST
Former Assistant Secretary of State Elizabeth M. Tamposi had Bill Clinton's passport records delivered to her home on the night of Sept. 30 after the documents were found during an unusual evening search by three Tamposi deputies at a National Archives warehouse in Suitland, Md., according to knowledgeable sources.
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November 13, 1992 | Associated Press
The FBI is investigating whether the State Department illegally monitored a department official's phone calls concerning searches of President-elect Bill Clinton's passport files, FBI sources confirmed Thursday. The sources confirmed that the investigation focused on the department's operations center and its monitoring of phone calls by former Assistant Secretary of State Elizabeth Tamposi.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 12, 1992
Elizabeth M. Tamposi has been deservedly fired from her political-appointee job as chief of the State Department's consular bureau, about 10 weeks shy of when the advent of the Clinton Administration would have seen her out the door anyway. Tamposi left with a carefully worded written statement denying she took any action "I deemed wrong or inappropriate."
NEWS
November 10, 1992 | From the Washington Post
Two weeks after they conducted an unusual late-night hunt for the passport files of Bill Clinton and his mother, State Department officials returned to a National Archives depository in suburban Maryland to search the passport records of independent presidential candidate Ross Perot, a National Archives memo says. The memo states that Richard P. McClevey, a deputy to assistant secretary for consular affairs Elizabeth M.
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