Gossip Roundup: Windsurfing Secret Service Agents Wanted Edition

Heard on the Hill: House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) demands an apology from Speaker Dennis Hastert's (R-Ill.) spokesman after he said her policy would "appease Saddam Hussein." Meanwhile, Pelosi repeats the phrase "Bring them on" when asked about a possible ethics investigation of her PAC. . . Illinois Senate candidate Maria Pappas is suing a Vidal Sassoon Salon for $50,000 after a hair coloring sent her to the ER with "severe redding and swelling of the scalp line, redness on the jaw extending to her neck, and redness and swelling across her cheeks and forehead.". . . Presidential candidate Gephardt solicited Martha Stewart for money and help with a NY event, according to her phone logs. [Roll Call]

Lloyd Grove's Lowdown: Classmate Christiane Amanpour on JFK Jr.'s days at Brown University: "I was always stunned watching people humiliate themselves, whether they were young, whether they were old men and women. Not humiliate but almost belittle themselves around him - so eager were they to be friends. He fully understood what was going on. Everybody looked at him as the repository of his father and his family's greatness." Bobby Kennedy Jr.: "Celebrity, like wealth, is a currency. You can either spend it doing something that is self-indulgent - which I don't think in the long run is fulfilling. Or you can spend it doing that benefits your community and leaves something behind that you're proud of." On addiction, he says: "To me, ultimately, addiction was a gift, because I learned a lot about myself. I felt like I squandered a lot of the things I'd been given. . . and that somehow I had to turn those 10 wasted years into something good." [NYDN]

Page Six: The Secret Service is moving agents with windsurfing ability to Kerry's detail because John and Teresa are heading to a warm spot after Idaho. . . Sharpton compliments Kate Hudson while dining. . . Monica Lewinsky spotted at an Azure Ray concert. [NYP] and [NYP]

Cindy Adams: Some say Nader's Lebanese Arabic background make him an "especially wild card" this time around. [NYP]


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