Nightline: Dark Day At The White House #648734
ABC Special for Wednesday, Jan 21, 1998
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Discussions with Ted Koppel (ABC), Monica Lewinsky's attorney William Ginsburg, Chris Bury (ABC), ABC News analyst George Stephanopoulos, David Gergen of "US News and World Report", and Sam Donaldson (ABC) re: issues related to Linda Tripp's allegations that Bill Clinton encouraged Lewinsky to lie to independent counsel Kenneth Starr about an alleged sexual relationship between Clinton and Lewinsky. Taped segment with Jackie Judd (ABC) re: the chronology of events leading up to today's allegations. Taped segment with John Donvan (ABC), Stephanopoulos, Clinton's attorney Robert Bennett, Reuters correspondent Laurence McQuillan, UPI correspondent Helen Thomas, "New York Post" reporter Deborah Orin, White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry, and Clinton. Taped segment with Bury, Clinton biographer David Maraniss, Al Hunt of the "Wall Street Journal", Clinton, Clinton advisor James Carville, and Stuart Taylor of "National Journal". Taped segment with Michel McQueen (ABC), radio talk show host G. Gordon Liddy, Rep. Newt Gingrich, Rep. Lindsey Graham, Rep. Henry Hyde, and unidentified others.
- Bury, Chris;
- Donvan, John;
- Judd, Jackie;
- McQueen, Michel
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