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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, March 15, 1994 - 7

Justice dept. official quits amid Whitewater questions

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HUBBELL
Continued from page 1.
tion," said a senior White House
adviser.
Hubbell described the matters un-
der dispute with his former firm as
"private issues" relating to "compensa-
tionandreimbursement"that have noth-
ing to do with the Whitewater affair or
the president and first lady.
"I am confident that at the conclu-
sion of these discussions all outstand-
ing matters will be resolved satisfacto-
rily," Hubbell said.

The Rose firm internal investiga-
tion "came to a very acute head" over
the past several days, according to
knowledgeable sources. Hubbell's
former partners confronted him with
how much money they believed he
owed them and said they could not
settle the matter amicably, the sources
said.
Hubbell decided Sunday to resign,
knowing that the dispute with Rose
would spill over in the public arena,
embarrass the Clintons and limit his
effectiveness at Justice, a senior White
House official said. "He did the honor-
able thing," the aide said. "He didn't

want to ensnare the president and the
first lady."
Numerous calls to attorneys at the
Rose firm went unanswered yesterday.
The firm's outside counsel, Walter B.
Stuart of the Houston firm Vinson &
Elkins, did notreturn calls seeking com-
ment.
Hubbell, Mrs. Clinton and the late
deputy White House counsel Vincent
W. Foster Jr., who committed suicide
last July, all were senior partners and
close friends at the Rose firm before
coming to Washington with the inau-
guration of Clinton.
Hubbell thus became the second

casualty tainted by the roiling
Whitewater controversy in the past 10
days, following the resignation ofWhite
House counsel Bernard Nussbaum on
March 5, who quit after disclosures that
he had met with federal regulators look-
ing into the Clintons' role in the
Whitewater case. Nussbaum, too, was a
close friend of the first lady's, having
worked with her 20 years ago on the
House Judiciary Committee consider-
ing the impeachment of former Presi-
dent Nixon.
In his letter of resignation to the
president, Hubbell wrote that dealing
with "public speculation about me and

my former law firm" would consume
increasing amounts of his time and
would limit his effectiveness in office.
Arriving in Boston for a political
appearance, Clinton told reporters that
Hubbell made "the right decision."
And while he praised Hubbell as a
"good personal friend" and a lawyer
who is "widely esteemed" by those
who know him, Clinton left himself
considerable distance in case the facts
prove otherwise.
"I haven't talked to him since this
whole issue came up," Clinton said. He
repeated several times that he had "no
knowledge of the facts."

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