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ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 14, 1998
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The question of how badly President Clinton has been damaged by independent counsel Kenneth Starr's report to Congress introduced.

(Washington: Linda Douglass) The prospects for Clinton outlined; details given of statements from Representative Tom Daschle and Richard Gephardt over the White House's hair-splitting over technicalities about Clinton's relationship with Monica Lewinsky. [Representative Marty MEEHAN - says Clinton lied.] The option of censuring the president in lieu of impeachment noted. [Representative David SKAGGS - sees the presidency as damaged.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) The White House strategy of denying perjury noted.

(New York: Sam Donaldson) The president's day featured; scenes shown from New York City of Clinton arriving for a speech before the Council on Foreign Relations and of the motorcade. [CLINTON - says the United States must pay its IMF dues.] [At Democratic fund-raising luncheon, voice of CLINTON - says the party has been energized.] [Senatorial candidate Mark GREEN, Representative Charles SCHUMER - speak out for the president.] White House statement reiterating that the president has admitted he was wrong quoted. ABC poll findings on whether Clinton should remain in office discussed.

Reporter(s):
Donaldson, Sam;
Douglass, Linda;
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:05:30

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