DETROIT, Nov. 2 — Reform Party presidential candidate Ross Perot continued to hammer away at campaign finances Saturday, accusing both major party candidates of selling the government to special interests. Perot told supporters at a rally in Michigan that if elected, he would put up a sign saying: ‘This White House is not for sale.’
Although he did not spare the Republicans, President Clinton was largely the target in Perot’s last rally in the Midwest before Tuesday’s election. Perot blasted Clinton for what he described as the president’s lack of ethics. Perot also said Clinton has not kept campaign promises and has traded political favors and trade concessions for contributions to the Democratic Party.