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Video: Gore faces attacks on illegal fundraising

January 31, 2000
Web posted at: 7:56 p.m. EST (0056 GMT)

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Pictures were taken when Vice President Al Gore made a 1996 visit to a Buddhist temple near Los Angeles. That visit raised $140,000 for the Democratic National Committee -- nearly half of it illegal.

Gore repeatedly described the visit as "community outreach," but denied he knew at the time that it was a "fundraiser," even though he was accompanied by Maria Hsia, a woman he'd long known as a fundraiser with links to the Taiwanese community, and John Huang, a fundraiser for the DNC.

CNN's Charles Bierbauer takes an in-depth look at the roles played by Hsia, Huang and Gore in the incident, which Gore now says he should have known more about.

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VideoCNN's Charles Bierbauer reports the investigations of the '96 campaign's alleged abuses have left Gore legally in the clear -- though the political implications are more uncertain.
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