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White House Scandal At A Glance: Jan. 27

Latest developments:

  • Independent counsel Kenneth Starr says in a statement that first lady Hillary Clinton's charge of "a vast right-wing conspiracy" against her husband Clinton is "nonsense."
  • Betty Currie, the president's private secretary, emerges from courthouse after apparently appearing before Whitewater grand jury. She made no comment.
  • The Whitewater grand jury got a look at documents Tuesday in its first apparent exposure to the Lewinsky investigation.
  • In answer to Starr's subpoena, John Whitehead, president of the Rutherford Institute and attorney for Paula Jones, delivered documents to Starr that possibly included Clinton's deposition in the Jones suit in which he denies an affair with Lewinsky.
  • First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton says in a broadcast interview that a "vast right-wing conspiracy" is behind the charges against her husband. Says she and the president have been accused of everything, including murder. Says she knows everything about her husband and "his treatment of people will certainly explain all of this."
  • Monica Lewinsky's attorney, William Ginsburg, offers Kenneth Starr a summary of what Lewinsky is prepared to say to the Whitewater grand jury in exchange for a grant of immunity from prosecution. Says Starr has a "one-witness case." (1/26/98)
  • The Dallas Morning News reports that a Secret Service agent saw Clinton and Lewinsky in a "compromising" encounter. Later it withdraws the story as inaccurate. (1/26/98)
  • Bob Bennett, the president's personal attorney, asked a judge in Little Rock to move up the start of the Paula Jones lawsuit, saying the president was being "tarred" with media reports about discovery in the trial that is supposed to be kept secret. A representative for Paula Jones says she will oppose efforts by the president's attorney to speed up the start of trial on her civil suit. (1/26/98)

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Tuesday Jan. 27, 1998

Clinton: Use Budget Surpluses To Fix Social Security
Lott Charts a Slightly Different Course
Grand Jury Convened Without Lewinsky Testimony
Details Of A Settlement Offer
Lewinsky Allegations Overshadow State Of The Union
White House Scandal At A Glance
Report: Lewinsky Allegedly Forged Document
Hillary Clinton: 'This Is A Battle'
Chelsea Deals With A Scandal

Speech Memorable For What Clinton Didn't Say

Clinton Gets A Bounce
Gender Gap Shows Up In Controversy
Most Americans Still Have Confidence In Clinton

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