Advising Presidents and Presidential Candidates
A.B. Culvahouse was a member of Senator John McCain’s Vice Presidential Selection Committee and talked about the process used in selecting Governor Sarah Palin as the Vice Presidential candidate.
A.B. Culvahouse, former Counsel to President Reagan, spoke on advising presidents and presidential candidates. In his remarks he spoke about advising President Reagan on a number of issues including the Iran-Contra scandal, judicial nominations, presidential records and executive privilege,and the legal implications of various responses to international incidents.
A.B. Culvahouse was a member of Senator John McCain’s Vice Presidential Selection Committee and talked about the process used in selecting Governor Sarah Palin as the Vice Presidential candidate. close
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Arthur B. Culvahouse Counsel (Former) White House
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