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Clinton / Scandal / Dean Interview #176471

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 11, 1998
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The 1973 testimony by White House counsel John Dean against President Richard Nixon recalled; scenes shown from the Watergate era 1970s.

(Los Angeles: Judy Muller) Interview held with Dean about President Clinton's case. [DEAN - comments on this aggressive pursuit of the presidency in an issue of private behavior; cites the differences between the smaller Clinton scandal and the seriousness of the Watergate matter; explains conditions under which Monica Lewinsky could have closed hearings before the Congress; notes that it will he hard to stop the impeachment process once it gets started; states what the legacy of Watergate may or may not be based on what happens next.]

Muller, Judy;
Simpson, Carole

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