Skip to comments.Ladies And Gentleman, Whoever Among You Heard About Judge Clark?
Posted on 08/15/2013 9:51:51 AM PDT by se99tp
The closest friend of President Ronald Reagan, his confidante and great freedom fighter William P. Clark known as Judge Clark passed on Saturday 10th of August in his rancho in California. As one of his long-time friends put it: Nobody else helped the President so much to change the history by breaking the Evil Empire. Judge Clark was great Christian, brilliant politician and noble-minded man.
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According to one source, Judge Clark was forced from the administration by none other than dear Nancy.
I wouldnt put too much faith into the media bad-mouthing Nancy
Here is what Judge Clark said on this issue in one of the interviews:
“They (Baker/Darman/Deaver) had an arrangement with the press that we did not have on our side of the White House that Jim gave an automatic hour per week to preferred press people, and Darman did too. These were closed sessions and we could always expect the next day to see something taking us apart. Lou Cannon wrote an article on the front page of the Post revealing some very sensitive stuff about the NSC. It was so bad that Nancy got upset and saw me and said, How can you people release this?
I said, Nancy, I can assure you that we did not. She was really angry with me to the point that I thought Id get my marching orders on that one article. I knew Cannon well enough to phone him and say, Lou, I know you dont reveal sources, but Im in trouble and I know you didnt get that from any of us. We have an idea where you did get it. Would you at least phone Nancy, and he had that relationship, and tell her that it did not come out of the NSC? Which he did.”
Thats an example of some of the gamesmanship that was beginning to get to me and I think affect our national interests and thats what prompted me finally