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Nightline: Clinton-Lewinsky: Does It Really Matter? #648955

ABC Special for Friday, Aug 14, 1998

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  • Discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), former Nixon White House Counsel John Dean, and former Nixon Special Counsel Charles Colson re: issues related to Bill Clinton's testimony this coming Monday related to Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's investigation into Clinton's alleged sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
  • Taped segment with John Donvan (ABC), Clinton, then President Richard Nixon, ABC News pollster Gary Langer, Mexican journalist Jose Carreno, Polish journalist Tomasz Zalewski, German journalist Holger Schmale, NBC "Today" host Matt Lauer, Hillary Clinton, and unidentified others.

  • Reporter(s):
    Donvan, John

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