Brzezinski denies Billy influence policy on Libya

White House national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski testified there's "not a shred of evidence" that Billy Carter influenced US policy toward the radical Arab regime in Libya. Appearing before a Senate subcommittee investigating Mr. Carter's $220,000 Libyan connection, he defended his role in getting the President's brother to persuade Libya to speak out on behalf of US hostages in Iran. And he defended a second contact in which he warned Billy Carter that this attempts to broker Libya oil into the United States might be politically exploited by the Libyans.

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