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Clinton / Investigation / Lewinsky / Newton, Iowa #181799

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 02, 1998
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(Studio: Antonio Mora) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tim O'Brien) The investigation of the relationship of President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky updated; new pictures of Clinton and Lewinsky from an October 1996 videotape of the two embracing in a fund- raiser line shown. [Linda Tripp attorney Anthony ZACCAGNINI - says Linda saw Monica's stained dress.] [Former White House Chief of Staff Leon PANETTA, Representative Barney FRANK, Robert WEXLER, Senator Orrin HATCH - suggest Clinton directly address the American people about the truth of the issue.] Time poll finding that the public supports Clinton staying in office and Clinton's meeting with personal lawyer David Kendall noted.

(Studio: Antonio Mora) Report introduced.

(Newton, Iowa: Anderson Cooper) The reaction of the people in Newton, Iowa, to Clinton's troubles featured; scenes shown from across the tradition-filled town. [Newton resident Bonnie QUILLEN, "Newton Daily News" Peter HUSSMAN, restaurant manager Marjorie HORSTMAN, chemist Larry AMBROSON, Mayor David ALDRIDGE - offer views on the crisis, Clinton and what should be done.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Mora, Antonio;
O'Brien, Tim

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