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Clinton / Post-Impeachment Trial / Effect On Elections #429115

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Feb 14, 1999
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(Studio: Gene Randall) Advice from several senators to independent counsel Kenneth Starr saying not to indict President Clinton reported; details given of plans to end the law permitting independent counsels; poll results shown. [Liberty University Reverend Jerry FALWELL - says Clinton is morally bankrupt.] [Rainbow/Push Coalition Reverend Jesse JACKSON - says one cannot judge a nation's character by the president.]

(Studio: Laurie Dhue) Report introduced.

(White House: Kathleen Koch) Concerns about the impact of the impeachment trial on future presidential candidates reported. [Senator John McCAIN - says that he hopes future candidates will get some measure of privacy.] [Representative John KASICH - says candidates have to put up with what gets asked about their private lives.] [Republican consultant Ralph REED - says Vice President Al Gore will carry the legacy of the scandal.] [Former White House special counsel Lanny DAVIS - says Gore will benefit because Clinton is so popular.] [Presidential historian Robert DALLEK - says there will be a reaction against the scandal.] [Democratic National Chairman Governor Roy ROEMER - says he thinks the Democrats will have big victories in 2000.] [Republican National Chairman James NICHOLSON - says the Republicans are focused on their agenda.]

Dhue, Laurie;
Koch, Kathleen;
Randall, Gene

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