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Senate Impeachment Trial #725254

CNN Special for Saturday, Jan 23, 1999

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Live CNN coverage and analysis of the Bill Clinton Impeachment trial including statements by Senate Chaplin Lloyd Ogilvie, Chief Justice William Rehnquist, Senate Deputy Sergeant-At-Arms Loretta Sims, Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, Representative Ed Bryant, Representative Steve Buyer, Representative Lindsey Graham, Representative Bill McCollum, Representative Asa Hutchinson, White House Counsel Charles Ruff, White House Special Counsel Gregory Craig, attorney David Kendall, Representative Henry Hyde, Representative Bob Barr, Representative James Rogan, White House deputy counsel Cheryl Mills, Senator Patrick Leahy, Senator Fred Thompson, Senator Orrin Hatch, Senator Tom Harkin, Senator Paul Wellstone, Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle, Representative Charles Canady, Senator John Breaux, and Representative James Sensenbrenner.

CNN Analysis includes the participation of Senator Barbara Boxer, Senator Olympia Snowe, Constitutional Law Professor Michael Gerhardt, Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating, former federal prosecuter Glenn Ivey, former RNC counsel Ben Ginsberg, Senator Frank Lautenberg, Representative Ed Bryant, Senator Mike DeWine, Senator Christopher Dodd, Senator Frank Murkowski, and Senator Patrick Leahy.

Reporter(s):
Franken, Bob;
Crowley, Candy;
Greenfield, Jeff;
King, John;
Jackson, Brooks;
Garston, Ed;
Franken, Bob;
Van Sustern, Greta;
Cossack, Roger;
Blitzer, Wolf
Duration:
07:59:00

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