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Clearly the most eye-raising presence was that of Matt Drudge, the Internet gossip and avatar of the influential, “Drudge Report,” who drew heavy ire from the Clinton camp for what they viewed as his penchant for unflattering Clinton headlines, stories and photos.

Mr. Drudge stood against the wall, wearing a trademark fedora and dark glasses balanced on his forehead. He mixed mingling and people-watching, greeting several people who had no idea who he was until he uttered his name. “Hey, there’s Gloria Steinem,” he said as the feminist icon strode by.

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