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Ex-AIDS chief in escort flap called hypocritical

Backed US policy that forbids aid to help prostitutes

Less than two years ago, President Bush asked Randall L. Tobias (above) to overhaul the way overseas aid is given. Less than two years ago, President Bush asked Randall L. Tobias (above) to overhaul the way overseas aid is given.
By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / April 29, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- Randall L. Tobias , the Bush administration official responsible for foreign assistance who resigned late Friday because of his use of an escort service allegedly involved in prostitution, was ridiculed as a hypocrite yesterday because he supported US policies that forced overseas organizations not to help prostitutes. (Full article: 1007 words)

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