On Thursday, Howard Dean called attention to Clinton's declaration in 1996 of the end of "big government." Dean said his election would "represent the era of fairer government." On Friday, Sen. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut pounced on Dean's remarks as an attack on Clinton's centrist policies.
By the end of the day, Dean and Clinton had spoken, as they have throughout the campaign — but this time amid swirling debate.
It was a "very friendly conversation," Dean spokesman Jay Carson said. He provided no details but said Dean and Clinton spoke for 10 to 15 minutes.
Saturday, December 20
Lieberman, However, Is On Clinton's 'Don't Call' List
From this morning's L.A. Times again:
Posted by Howard Hoffman at 10:00 AM