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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 12, 1998
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(White House: John Palmer) The response from President Clinton's lawyers to independent counsel Kenneth Starr's report to Congress featured; details given of the point-by-point response to the charges of perjury, obstruction of justices, witness tampering, abuse of power. [Vice President Al GORE - gives his view on the report.] [Representative Charles RANGEL - says this is about a cheating husband.] [Foundry Methodist Church Reverend J. Philip WOGMAN - calls for forgiveness.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Joe Johns) The reaction of Congress to the Starr report and the debate over whether the full report should have been released to the public featured; scenes shown of Democrats campaigning. [Representatives Charles SCHUMER, Al WYNN, Asa HUTCHINSON, Zoe LOFGREN, Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH, Representative Henry HYDE - offer views on the report.] The question of whether the House Judiciary Committee will vote to hold impeachment hearings noted. [Representative Bill McCOLLUM - predicts impeachment hearings.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Stan Bernard) The people's reaction to the Starr report featured. [Five PEOPLE; at an anti-Clinton demonstration, WOMAN, SUPPORTER - offer views on whether Clinton should resign.] [Yesterday, CLINTON - tells anecdote.] [Little BOY - reacts to the president lying.]

Reporter(s):
Bernard, Stan;
Johns, Joe;
Palmer, John;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:07:50

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