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White House Scandal At A Glance

Latest developments:

  • Telephone talks between Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr and attorneys for former White House intern Monica Lewinsky ended for the day without agreement on a possible immunity grant, but progress was made, according to a source involved in the talks.
  • Several of President Clinton's closest friends in and out of government tell CNN they believe he almost certainly did have a sexual relationship with Lewinsky and they are talking among themselves about the possibility of a resignation. Still, they say the president and the first lady are determined to fight the allegations and, according to CNN sources, no one has recommended that Clinton resign.
  • CNN aired video of Lewinsky hugging Clinton on Nov. 6, 1996, as he returned to the White House the day after the election. In the footage, she is standing at the front of a "rope line" with other White House employees.
  • Clinton has asked former Deputy Chief of Staff Harold Ickes and former Commerce Secretary Mickey Kantor to return to the White House to help deal with the sex controversy, White House sources said.
  • Two key witnesses in the controversy have been told by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's staff they may be called before a grand jury Tuesday, the same day as Clinton's State of the Union message.
  • In secretly recorded conversations with co-worker Linda Tripp, Lewinsky said the president called her at home late at night and engaged in sexually explicit conversations on several occasions, sources said.
  • First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton has taken a leading role in getting the Lewinsky case assigned to lawyer David Kendall, her friend, and pushing out Robert Bennett, who she thinks should have settled the Paula Jones suit, White House sources said.
  • Former White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta says if the allegations against Clinton are true, Gore should take over as president. Panetta gave an interview to the San Jose Mercury News.
  • FBI agents assigned to Starr served subpoenas on Pentagon workers requesting all e-mail and other correspondence to or from Lewinsky and or co-worker Tripp. Sources told CNN these agents also seized the hard drives from the computers used by Tripp and Lewinsky.

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In Other News

Saturday Jan. 24, 1998

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Friday Jan. 23, 1998

Clinton's Standing With Public Starts To Slide

New Details Emerge About Sex Allegations Against Clinton
Richardson, U.N. Mission Subpoenaed On Lewinsky Job Offer
White House Scandal At A Glance
Tension Builds Between Clinton's Personal Attorneys
Gore: Clinton Innocent Of Affair Accusations
Text Of Lewinsky's Affidavit
Lewinsky's Attorney Lashes Out At Starr
Lott Hopes Sex Scandal Won't Distract Congress
Similarity To Clinton Intern Brings Unwelcome Fame
Clinton Aide Outlines State Of The Union Themes
Clinton To Propose Private Pension Changes
U.S. Senate Leader Says IMF Must Address Problems
German Man Convicted Of Threatening Clinton

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