Impeachment Hearings: Judiciary Committee Testimony #899073
CNN Special for Tuesday, Dec 08, 1998
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CNN coverage and analysis of the House Judiciary Committee's hearings today related to the investigation into Bill Clinton's acknowledged sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky, including opening statements by Rep. Henry Hyde, Rep. John Conyers, and Special Counsel to the President Gregory Craig, and testimony from former Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach, Princeton University History Professor Sean Wilentz, Harvard University Professor Samuel Beer, Yale Law School Professor Bruce Ackerman, Craig, Reverend Robert Drinan, former Rep. Wayne Owens, former Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman, former Watergate prosecutor Richard Ben- Veniste, and former Watergate committee staff member James Hamilton. NOTE: CNN programming during this day's coverage includes occasional commercials and news updates, as well as analysis by various CNN contributing reporters and others. This hour includes an abbreviated edition of Crossfire.
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