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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(White House: Mike von Fremd) The contentious questions of whether witnesses should be called and whether bipartisanship can be maintained at the impeachment trial of President Clinton examined. [Senator John BREAUX - offers advice for the White House approach.] [Senator Tom HARKIN - hopes the Senate can cloak itself in dignity.] [Senator Orrin HATCH - responds to Harkin's language.] [House Judiciary Committee chairman Henry HYDE, Senator Tom DASCHLE - offer views on witnesses.] The White House's rejection of suggestions that the president delay the State of the Union address noted.
- Brown, Aaron;
- von Fremd, Mike
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