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White House Scandal At A Glance: Jan. 26

Latest developments:

  • Bob Bennett, the president's personal attorney, asked a judge in Little Rock to move up the start of the Paula Jones trial, saying the president was being "tarred" with media reports about pre-trial discovery that is supposed to be kept secret.
  • Sources say Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr suggested that Monica Lewinsky take a lie detector test during negotiations over immunity. The staff said the test would help assess Lewinsky's credibility.
  • Lewinsky was seen leaving Watergate apartment with her attorney, William Ginsburg, in a black car. It was the first time she has been seen publicly since the story broke.
  • Ginsburg says he is not seeking to delay Lewinsky's appearance before Whitewater grand jury. He says he has no information that anyone -- White House staffer, Secret Service agent or anyone else -- ever spotted the president and Lewinsky in a compromising situation.
  • In his strongest statement yet, President Bill Clinton denied having sex with Lewinsky or asking anyone to lie about it. "I want to say one thing to the American people. I want you to listen to me. I'm going to say this again. I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky. I never told anybody to lie, not a single time, never. These allegations are false, and I need to go back to work for the American people," he said at a White House after-school care event.
  • Sources say the president's attorneys are considering asking Judge Susan Webber Wright to move up start of Paula Jones' lawsuit against him. They believe they can confront Lewinsky and Linda Tripp in those proceedings.
  • Defense Secretary William Cohen denies a quote in the New York Times which has him saying "It's all over" for Clinton. An aide says he didn't say it.

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Monday Jan. 26, 1998

Lewinsky Has Spoken
White House Crisis Spawns Media Feeding Frenzy
First Lady Ignores Scandal During Visit to N.Y. School
Business As Usual At White House, Officials Say
Lewinsky Allegations Overshadow State Of The Union
Hatch Sees Resignation Probable Should Charges be Proven
White House Scandal At A Glance
Starr Said To Be Using Tested Tactic Against Ex-intern
Allegations Of Previous Affair, Forgery Haunt Lewinsky

Only A Third Thinks Clinton Honest
Clinton Wrong, But Should Stay In Office

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