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Clinton / Impeachment / Senate Trial / Bumpers Speech #384220

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 21, 1999
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Bob Schieffer) Former Arkansas senator Dale Bumpers defense of President Clinton at the Senate impeachment trial featured; meetings between Senate majority leader Trent Lott and leading Democrat senators to work out an end strategy reported. [BUMPERS - says Clinton cannot be removed from office.] [Representative Henry HYDE - urges senators not to rush to end the trial.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(White House: Scott Pelley) White House counsels' hope for an upcoming motion to dismiss the trial reported.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Eric Engberg) Opinion of 700 Club Reverend Pat Robertson of the Clinton impeachment trial reported. [ROBERTSON - says Clinton has won; says the outcome is all but settled.] [Representative Bob BARR - disputes Robertson's conclusion.] [Conservative Political Action Committee David KEENE - says people don't see their Congressmen working on their issues.]

Engberg, Eric;
Pelley, Scott;
Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob

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