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“The museum's first phase will also include a 12th-century window from France, called the Trie Chateau window, that has not been displayed for 25 years.”
“When Clinton accepted foreign money from Charlie Trie and then gave missle technology to the Chinese, did liberals complain?”
“In the museum there is the Trie Cafe, however we suggest venturing out into Fort Tryon Park to New Leaf Restaurant & Bar.”
“Trie, who knew Clinton from his days as the owner of the Fu Lin restaurant in Little Rock, moved to Washington in 1994 and began donating to the Clintons and the DNC through various shady channels, including through "straw donors," typically poor legal immigrants who stand in for foreign businesspeople”
“Let's not forget the Chinese campaign contribution scandal that deeply involved President Clinton (see Charlie Trie and Johnny Huang).”
“Trie maekin a noyz liek a pakkit uv pork skratchinz!”
“Trie: cheeztowncryer.wordpress.com wiv teh yooshuel bit in frunt.”
“Trie has fled the country and was last seen in Beijing.”
“Though there has been considerable speculation that Huang and Trie were also working for the Chinese, the Feds say they have no solid evidence linking them to the Beijing government.”
“In Arkansas, where he had to run for governor every two years, that meant schmoozing with an odd assortment of characters with means: manic-depressive S&L kings like James McDougal, the young Indonesian born banking scion James Riady, Taiwanese-born restaurateur Yah Lin (Charlie) Trie and Chipese-born John Huang, the Democratic fund raiser who worked for the Riady-controlled Lippo Bank in Little Rock.”
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