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Clinton / Investigation / Subpoena #181321

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 25, 1998
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(White House: Mike von Fremd) The subpoenaing of President Clinton to appear before independent counsel Kenneth Starr's Monica Lewinsky grand jury featured; details given of the legal dispute over whether Starr is acting beyond his power in subpoenaing a president. [Georgetown Law Center Paul ROTHSTEIN, USC Law School Erwin CHERMERINSKY - offer differing opinions on whether the President can be subpoenaed.] Word from White House press secretary Michael McCurry that there are negotiations to figure out a way for Clinton to provide information noted. [Former Starr deputy John BATES - comments on the investigation.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Interview held with former senior advisor to the president George Stephanopoulos about the subpoenaing of the president. [STEPHANOPOULOS - says they are negotiating about how and when he will testify.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Coverage of the subpoena issue of This Week with Sam Donaldson and Cokie Roberts noted.

Brown, Aaron;
von Fremd, Mike

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