BORDER LINES: BUENOS AIRES - President asks Morris to stay

Argentinian president elect Fernando De la Rua has asked former Clinton adviser Dick Morris to stay on with his administration as a communications consultant. Morris played a key role during Clinton’s election and during the early years of his presidency. He helped De la Rua beat Eduardo Duhalde, who was himself advised by Morris’s former colleague James Carville.

Argentinian president elect Fernando De la Rua has asked former

Clinton adviser Dick Morris to stay on with his administration as a

communications consultant. Morris played a key role during Clinton’s

election and during the early years of his presidency. He helped De la

Rua beat Eduardo Duhalde, who was himself advised by Morris’s former

colleague James Carville.



De la Rua won the election on 24 October and will succeed Carlos Menem

on 10 December. Morris is undecided about the offer.



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