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Clinton / Impeachment / Senate Trial / Lewinsky #626852

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 24, 1999
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(Studio: Dawn Fratangelo) Report introduced.

(Washington: Chip Reid) The interview of Monica Lewinsky by House prosecutors for the Senate impeachment trial of President Clinton featured. [House manager Representative Bill McCOLLUM, Lewinsky attorney Plato CACHERIS, House Judiciary Committee chairman Henry HYDE - offer differing opinions on the meeting and whether Monica should appear as a witness.] [On talk shows, Senators Fritz HOLLINGS, Olympia SNOWE, Gordon SMITH - offer views on whether there should be witnesses at the Senate trial.]

(Studio: Dawn Fratangelo; White House: John Palmer) The reaction of the White House to weekend events in the trial examined; scenes shown of Clinton at sites of tornado damage in Little Rock, Arkansas and of Paula Jones in Beebe, Arkansas. [CLINTON - says this was his neighborhood.] [Former White House special counsel Lanny DAVIS - comments on partisanship at the trial.] [Former Senator George MITCHELL - calls interviewing Lewinsky a desperation attempt by Republicans.] Clinton's domestic agenda this week noted.

Reporter(s):
Fratangelo, Dawn;
Palmer, John;
Reid, Chip
Duration:
00:05:00

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