By Julie Pace and Kathleen Hennessey - Associated Press Shares
"Andrew brings to this race both an extraordinary record of public service and an extraordinary capacity to lead," said Mr. Clinton in a fundraising letter. "I believe that those assets, as well as his deep commitment to Colorado, give him the best chance to hold this seat in November."
Having admitted that Mr. Clinton's perjury charges reached the prerequisite for removal from office, he wrote, "I called for these proceedings to be dismissed, out of genuine concern for the divisive effect that an ultimately futile trial would have on the Senate and on the nation."
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