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White House Scandal At A Glance: Feb. 10

Today's developments:

  • Lewinsky's mother, Marcia Lewis, appeared before special prosecutor Ken Starr's grand jury. Starr and his investigators suspect Lewis was aware of her daughter's alleged affair with President Bill Clinton, according to sources close to the investigation.

  • Attorney Bill Ginsburg said Monica Lewinsky will testify before the Whitewater grand jury if ordered to by a federal court. "She will not go to jail like Susan McDougal," Ginsburg said. "She has no intention of falling on her sword." Ginsburg did not rule out the possibility she may exercise her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.

  • Ginsburg said his office will file a motion to quash the subpoena issued for his client to appear before the grand jury Thursday.

  • The original subpoena to Lewinsky in the Paula Jones lawsuit against the president included a request for gifts that she received from the president, sources say. Other sources have confirmed that Lewinsky and Clinton met on Dec. 28, after she received the subpoena. The question is, did the president advise her to return those gifts to his secretary Betty Currie? This could lead to a possible obstruction charge, since the gifts were already subject to subpoena.

  • Judge Susan Webber Wright has decided not to change the May 27 trial start date for the Jones case, CNN has learned. Clinton's lawyers had asked for the trial to start sooner, but Jones' lawyers wanted to keep the date the same.

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Tuesday February 10, 1998

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Thompson's Panel Produces Dueling Draft Reports
White House Scandal At A Glance
Democrats Gather To Talk Strategy
GOP Disagreements Delay Campaign Finance Report
Lewinsky Controversy Has Some Conservative Groups Seeing Green
Tipper Gore To Lead U.S. Olympic Delegation
Satcher Confirmed As Surgeon General
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