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Clinton / Investigation / Lewinsky #181598

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 01, 1998
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Monica Lewinsky's plans to meet with prosecutors about her coming testimony before independent counsel Kenneth Starr's grand jury noted.

(Washington: Tim O'Brien) President Clinton and the course of the investigation updated; scenes shown of Clinton on the golf course. [STARR - has no comment.] [Former Watergate prosecutor Richard Ben- VENISTE - says no prosecutor would pursue this kind of sexual allegation.] [George Washington Law School Jonathan TURLEY, Monica Lewinsky's lawyer Jacob STEIN - comment.] Announcement that the president's August 17 testimony will be from the White House via an audio-video hookup with the grand jury noted.

O'Brien, Tim;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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