Clinton Campaign Unimpressed by Apology Over ‘Blue Dress’ Comment

Howard Wolfson said at the end of today’s extra-long conference call (approximately 70 minutes) that he didn’t think much of Obama’s Iowa co-chair, Gordon Fischer, apologizing for a criticism of Bill Clinton that raised the specter of Monica Lewinsky.

“That’s all well and good,” said Wolfson. “In my opinion the remarks of Gordon Fisher are very much in keeping with the campaign Senator Obama is running. So I don’t know why he would apologize.”

And after three attempts by AOL reporter Tommy Christopher, Wolfson said that James Carville should speak for himself about whether he regrets comparing Bill Richardson to Judas, but, added, “If I had said it, I would apologize.”