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A retired New York insurance executive, Walter Kaye recommended a young woman named Monica Lewinsky for a job as a White House intern. Kaye was acquainted with Lewinsky's mother, Marcia Lewis, a New York writer and socialite.
A major Democratic contributor, Kaye, who is in his seventies, is close to first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. He is also the person who concluded that personal liability insurance policies the Clintons carried would cover the legal expenses of the Paula Jones sexual harassment suit, according to sources, a finding that proved to be a $1 million windfall for the first family.
Clinton Friend Referred Lewinsky for Internship (Jan 29, 1998)
(Updated October 2, 1998)
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