Lake Gives Up Nomination

March 18, 1997
THE DAILY FED

Lake Gives Up Nomination

Former National Security Advisor Anthony Lake withdrew his name from consideration to become CIA director Monday night, The Los Angeles Times reported today.

After a series of intense White House meetings throughout the day to discuss the status of his nomination in the Republican-controlled Senate, Lake submitted a three-page letter to Clinton asking that his nomination be withdrawn.

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