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White House Under Fire / Lewinsky, Starr and Clinton / Polls #378434

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 31, 1998
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) The latest in the White House under fire introduced.

(White House: Wyatt Andrews) The day for President Clinton, independent counsel Kenneth Starr and Monica Lewinsky reviewed; details given of the lack of communication between Starr and attorneys for Lewinsky that may indicate Starr will grant "use immunity." [Lewinsky attorney William GINSBURG - says Lewinsky will tell the truth.] [STARR - comments briefly.] Clinton shown golfing at Camp David.

(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.

(New York: Terence Smith) The view of the public opinion polls of Clinton examined. [CBS director of surveys Kathy FRANKOVIC, former Clinton pollster Stan GREENBERG, White House press secretary Michael McCURRY - cite and analyze the president's high approval rating.] [Former White House press secretary Marlin FITZWATER - compares Iran/contra and this administration's reliance on polls.]

Andrews, Wyatt;
Smith, Terence;
Zahn, Paula

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