"Integrity is everything," Groucho Marx once said. "If you can fake integrity, you've got it made." David Brock and Elizabeth McCaughey intuitively appreciate that point.
Poor David. Poor Betsy. Both had been doing so well. Brock had made it big as a writer in right-wing circles with his book The Real Anita Hill, then his sensational anti-Clinton stories in the American Spectator. It was Brock who broadcast charges by Arkansas state troopers that, as governor, Clinton had used them to arrange illicit meetings
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