Plouffe says Obama campaign will not bring up past Clinton scandals. Disputes Washington Post story.

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PHILADELPHIA, PA.–Obama campaign manager David Plouffe was just asked in a conference calll about a report in the Wednesday Washington Post about the Obama team now willing to go negative and bring up Clinton scandals from the past–cattle futures, etc.

We are not going to do that,” said Plouffe.

Washington Post excerpt: In the two weeks leading up to the Indiana primary, a Democratic strategist familiar with the Obama campaign said aides are likely to turn to the controversies of Bill Clintons White House years Hillary Clintons trading cattle futures, Whitewater and possibly impeachment.

Conference call ongoing.

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