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Breeze54 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-26-08 09:57 PM
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2. Found it !
The original interview article is kept at the University of Missouri.

the Western Historical Manuscript Collection-Columbia

Followed the quote to a few places that gave me more information.

"If the people were to ever find out what we have done, we would be chased down the streets and lynched."

President George H.W. Bush, quoted by Sarah McClendon (White House Reporter) in her June 1992 Newsletter.


George Bush, what will the people do if they ever find out the truth about Iraq-gate and Iran contra?

Sarah, if the American people ever find out what we have done (including the orchestration of September 11, the murder of JFK, Jr, the destruction of New Orleans and this Constitutional Republic), they will chase us down the streets and lynch us.'

From a June, 1992 exclusive and published interview granted by President George H. W. Bush
to Sarah McClendon, the grand dame of the White House press corps at the time.


Here's where it is located----->

McClendon, Sarah Newcomb (1910-2003), Papers, 1931-1992 (C2579)


The personal and professional papers of Sarah Newcomb McClendon, White House journalist and women's rights advocate, contain biographical information, correspondence, newspaper columns, speeches, and other miscellaneous writings, photographs, negatives, newspaper clippings and magazine articles, awards, certificates, press badges, press cards, programs, posters, federal agency reports and publications, research, and family materials.


The Sarah Newcomb McClendon Papers were donated to the University of Missouri by Sarah McClendon on February 1, 1988 (Accession No. 4827). Additions to the papers were made by McClendon on August 21, 1990 (Accession No. 4982), June 18, 1991 (Accession No. 5048), and June 16, 1992 (Accession No. 5185). The papers are part of the National Women and Media Collection.


These index terms are the subjects, people, places, etc. under which this collection is listed
in all available indexes at the Western Historical Manuscript Collection-Columbia.


If you are interested in a specific index term, please contact the reference staff.


Bush, George Herbert Walker (1924- ) f. 57, 60, 63, 64

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