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A Closer Look (Clinton Investigation: Starr) #180493

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 15, 1998
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Appearances by White House attorneys David Kendall, Charles Ruff and Monica Lewinsky's new lawyers to court talk about independent counsel Kenneth Starr noted.

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The question of whether any and how much information about the Clinton-Lewinsky case came from Starr's office examined in light of Starr's disclosure in "Content" magazine. [In January, STARR - says he cannot comment on the specifics of the investigation.] Kendall's accusations that Starr leaked information to the press quoted. [STARR - denies leaks.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: Sam Donaldson, Cokie Roberts) The reaction of the White House and Congress to Starr's admissions to magazine editor Steven Brill discussed.

Donaldson, Sam;
Gibson, Charles;
Roberts, Cokie

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