Politicians can't get away from Jack Abramoff fast enough. President Bush is even unloading money from the lobbyist turned prosecution witness. But it's only a fraction of the money Mr Abramoff brought in for Mr Bush's campaign.
White House spokesman Scott McClellan didn't have an exact figure -- but he says the President's re-election committee is sending "several thousand" dollars to charity.
That's shaping up as about $6,000.
The Democratic National Committee says the President took more than $100,000 from Abrahamoff over the years. Mr Abramoff was one of candidate Bush's "Pioneers" -- fundraisers who raised at least $100,000 in funds for the President's campaigns.
Republican and Democratic lawmakers have returned around $200,000 so far in their attempts to wash their hands of what promises to be the biggest scandal to hit Washington in years. (Reuters)