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Senate Impeachment Trial #724601

CNN Special for Saturday, Jan 16, 1999

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Live CNN coverage and analysis of the Senate Impeachment Trial of President Bill Clinton, including statements by Senate Chaplain Dr. Lloyd Ogilvie, Chief Justice William Rehnquist, Senate Sergeant-At-Arms James Ziglar, Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, Representative Steve Buyer, Representative Lindsey Graham, Representative Charles Canady, Representative George Gekas, Representative Henry Hyde, and White House Special Counsel Gregory Craig.

CNN analysis includes the participation of Senator Dick Durbin, Senator Jon Kyl, Senator Orrin Hatch, Senator Max Baucus, Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, Senator Charles Schumer, Senator Robert Bennett, Representative Ed Bryant, Representative Bill McCollum, Representative Asa Hutchinson, Senator Robert Torricelli, Senator Wayne Allard, Senator Bob Graham, Senator John Breaux, Senator John Chafee, Senator Carl Levin, Senator Frank Murkowski, former Federal Prosecutor Larry Barcella, former Dole Counsel Member Dennis Shea, and Constitutional Law Professor Michael Gerhardt.

Reporter(s):
Bierbauer, Charles;
Crowley, Candy;
Greenfield, Jeff;
Black, Chris;
Jackson, Brooks;
Franken, Bob;
King, John;
Van Susteren, Greta;
Cossack, Roger;
Blitzer, Wolf;
Randall, Gene;
Wedeman, Ben;
McIntyre, Jamie
Duration:
07:00:00

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