The interview will focus on Vice President Al Gore's involvement in campaign finance violations and
new attempts by the Gore
campaign to solicit money from Chung.
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House Judiciary Committee counsel Julian Epstein and
Vote.com's Dick Morris, Chung will also discuss impending criminal charges against James Riady, who is in charge of the Indonesia-based financial conglomerate known as the
WorldNetDaily's Washington Bureau Chief Paul Sperry scooped the rest of the media by nearly three weeks in his June 16 report,
"Riady a target of Justice probe?" In that story, WND reported that according to knowledgeable sources, redacted portions of both the Freeh and LaBella memos referred to James Riady, and that the Indonesian billionaire was a target of the campaign-finance task force.
The Justice Department's campaign-finance task force has agreed to seek a criminal indictment against Riady for contributing $1 million from foreign sources to the 1992 Clinton-Gore presidential campaign, according to Fox News.
The show airs at 10 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Pacific, on the
Fox News Channel and is repeated at 3:00 a.m. Eastern and 12:00 a.m. Pacific.