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JFK Jr. on Monica-gate

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John F. Kennedy Jr., editor-in-chief of George, drew laughs today in a speech at the American Association of Advertising Agencies Media Conference in Anaheim, Calif., when he said he believed President Clinton's denial of Oval Office liaisons. "I was under that very desk 35 years ago," Mr. Kennedy said. "I could tell you there's barely room for a three-year-old."

Copyright February 1998, Crain Communications Inc.

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