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White House Under Fire #378310

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 25, 1998
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.

(White House: Scott Pelley) Today's developments in the White House scandal reviewed; details given of new reports placing President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky together in parts of the White House, of a deadlock over the issue of granting immunity to Lewinsky and of the strategy of White House damage control. [On Face the Nation, Lewinsky attorney William GINSBURG - says Monica wants to tell her story.]

(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.

(White House: Bill Plante) The President's defense featured. [Senior White House advisor Rahm EMANUEL, former Clinton aide William CARVILLE, Presidential historian Alan LICHTMAN - state their views on the issues of sex and lying.]

(Studio: Paula Zahn) Findings of a CBS News/"New York Times" poll on the people's view of aspects of the scandal outlined on screen.

(Atlanta: Byron Pitts) The view of churchgoers presented; scenes shown from churches in Atlanta. [Church member Davida DRAKE, North Peachtree Baptist Church pastor Bill JAGGAR, church members Richard BYRD, Tony DRAKE - offer prayers for the president.]

Reporter(s):
Pelley, Scott;
Pitts, Byron;
Plante, Bill;
Zahn, Paula
Duration:
00:06:10

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