Thursday, September 3, 2015

Alycia and Booker attend Clinton fundraiser at Franklin Institute

Steven M. Falk/Daily News Former CBS 3 anchor Alycia Lane and Q102 morning man Chris Booker (pictured above leaving her criminal hearing in New York last month) were among guests at a Franklin Institute fundraiser Wednesday night for Sen. Hillary Clinton's campaign. Hillary, who was interviewed on Booker's radio show on Tuesday, was not there, but Bill Clinton was. Booker says he was introduced to President Clinton, and that he was a guest of the campaign and did not make a donation to Hillary Clinton's campaign. He did not answer our question about whether Lane also met the former president. Lane did not respond to a request for comment sent last night.

Alycia and Booker attend Clinton fundraiser at Franklin Institute

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Steven M. Falk/Daily News

Former CBS 3 anchor Alycia Lane and Q102 morning man Chris Booker (pictured above leaving her criminal hearing in New York last month) were among guests at a Franklin Institute fundraiser Wednesday night for Sen. Hillary Clinton's campaign. Hillary, who was interviewed on Booker's radio show on Tuesday, was not there, but Bill Clinton was. Booker says he was introduced to President Clinton, and that he was a guest of the campaign and did not make a donation to Hillary Clinton's campaign. He did not answer our question about whether Lane also met the former president. Lane did not respond to a request for comment sent last night.
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