Bruce Lindsey

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Bruce Lindsey is CEO of the Clinton Foundation, Bill Clinton’s senior aide and general counsel, former deputy White House counsel, and then-Governor Clinton’s 1990 gubernatorial campaign chairperson.

In April 2004 Lindsey complained publicly that the Bush administration had failed to turn over to the 9/11 Commission many of the 10,800 pages of documents on Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, and terrorism generally collected from the Clinton administration archives housed in the yet-to-be-opened Clinton Library in Little Rock. Two months before he went to the Commission directly: "I voiced a concern that the commission was making a judgment on an incomplete record. I want to know why there is a 75 percent difference between what we were ready to produce and what was being produced to the commission."


  • Philip Shenon and David E. Sanger, "Bush Aides Kept Clinton's Papers from 9/11 Panel," New York Times, April 2, 2004.

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