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White House Scandal At A Glance

The latest developments in the story include:

Go to Friday's At A Glance

  • President Bill Clinton's close friend Vernon Jordan said that former White House intern Monica Lewinsky told him that she did not have a sexual relationship with the president. Jordan flatly denied telling Lewinsky to lie.
  • Whitewater Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr planned to "wire" Lewinsky in order to tape record conversations between her and Jordan. The plan was to later record her conversations with the president as well.
  • Starr spoke to reporters Thursday morning and defended the expansion of his investigation. He acknowledged authorizing a wiretap of conversations between Lewinsky and Linda Tripp and said, "The truth will come out eventually."
  • Source who heard parts of the tapes says Lewinsky quotes Clinton as saying, "There is no evidence, so you can deny, deny, deny."
  • Clinton forcefully denied affair, any attempt to cover it up during a photo opportunity with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat Thursday morning.
  • FBI agents assigned to independent counsel Kenneth Starr are interviewing other members of Monica Lewinsky's White House intern class, according to CNN sources.
  • A memo from a top GOP pollster advises congressional Republicans not to "politicize" the allegations, advising, "It would be a grave error to be seen as taking political advantage of such an unfortunate situation."
  • Sources say Clinton gave gifts -- "innocent little trinkets" -- to Lewinsky and acknowledged as much in the deposition he gave in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case.
  • In the Jones deposition, Clinton acknowledged for the first time he had a sexual relationship with Gennifer Flowers. He denies having a 12-year-long affair.
  • White House attorneys are attempting to gather records subpoenaed Wednesday by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr, including Clinton's email and logs of when Lewinsky was at the White House, phone calls made and records from couriers.
  • Clinton attorney Bob Bennett repeated anew this morning that there was no improper relationship between Clinton and Lewinsky, and complained of tactics and leaks from the Paula Jones depositions.
  • Lewinsky in an affidavit has denied having sex with the president or agreeing to lie about it.
  • Lewinsky is due to give a deposition in the Jones case on Friday but is expected to invoke her Constitutional right against self-incrimination.
  • Revlon cosmetics firm said it had offered Lewinsky a public relations job at the recommendation of Clinton friend Vernon Jordan but has withdrawn the offer.
  • U.N. ambassador Bill Richardson offered Lewinsky a job based on a White House recommendation but she turned it down.
  • Attorney General Janet Reno refused to comment today on Starr's investigation or any aspect of the scandal.
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Thursday Jan. 22, 1998

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Justice, Microsoft Settle Contempt Dispute
Tripp: No Stranger To Controversy
Editor: Lewinsky Tapes Don't Confirm Affair
Strategist Urges GOP To Stay Away From Latest Clinton Scandal
Lewinsky's Leap From 'Nobody' To News Headlines
Vernon Jordan A Quintessential 'FOB'
White House Scandal At A Glance
Sources: Clinton Admits Sexual Affair With Flowers

Analysis:
Clinton Faces His Most Serious Crisis

Transcripts:
Kenneth Starr's Comments