Reform Party presidential hopeful Pat Buchanan, right, is surrounded by cheering supporters and media prior to a rally in front of the Westin Hotel in Long Beach, Calif., Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2000. Buchanan arrived at a deeply divided convention as two factions fought for control over the $12.5 million in federal money that will go to the party's presidential nominee.
Reform Party presidential hopeful Pat Buchanan, right, is surrounded by cheering supporters and media prior to a rally in front of the Westin Hotel in Long Beach, Calif., Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2000. Buchanan arrived at a deeply divided convention as two factions fought for control over the $12.5 million in federal money that will go to the party's presidential nominee. VICTORIA AROCHO AP
Reform Party presidential hopeful Pat Buchanan, right, is surrounded by cheering supporters and media prior to a rally in front of the Westin Hotel in Long Beach, Calif., Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2000. Buchanan arrived at a deeply divided convention as two factions fought for control over the $12.5 million in federal money that will go to the party's presidential nominee. VICTORIA AROCHO AP

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