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White House Under Fire / Legal Strategies / Baer #378315

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

(Washington: Sharyl Attkisson) The legal strategies of President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky assessed; details given of the issue of whether or not Clinton lied about his relationship with Lewinsky in the Paula Jones deposition. [October 12, 1997, attorney Bob BENNETT, former independent counsel Joseph diGENOVA - offer views on the Jones case.] [Lewinsky attorney William GINSBURG - comments.] [CBS News analyst Laura INGRAHAM - analyzes Ginsburg's approach.]

(Studio: Paula Zahn) Interview held with former White House communications director Don Baer about the Clinton strategy. [BAER - says the administration will not act until Lewinsky comes to terms with independent counsel Kenneth Starr and after the State of the Union address; predicts that people will pay attention to the speech.]

Attkisson, Sharyl;
Zahn, Paula

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