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Clinton Investigation #624812

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 22, 1998
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Lisa Myers) Continued investigation of President Clinton by independent counsel Kenneth Starr reported; contents of the October phone tapes reviewed; increased pressure on Monica Lewinsky to testify reported. ["US News and World Report" James FALLOWS - says Lewinsky seemed infatuated with Clinton.] What is in the October telephone tapes reviewed. [Former federal prosecutor Bruce YANNETT - points out what the tapes do not say.] [January 26, CLINTON - denies sexual activity with Lewinsky.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tim Russert) More information about new tapes released.

Myers, Lisa;
Russert, Tim;
Williams, Brian

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