Corporate America pays Bush's inaugural party bill


By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, Jan 19 (Reuters) - American companies with deep pockets and an even deeper interest in what goes on in Washington are footing most of the expected $40 million bill for U.S. President George W. Bush's inaugural bash. Security costs aside, the president has said no taxpayer money will be involved in financing the lavish festivities celebrating his second inauguration this week, including a parade, candlelight dinners and nine inaugural balls. Instead, the ...

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