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White House Scandal At A Glance: Feb. 26

Today's developments:

  • White House senior communications aide Sidney Blumenthal testified before the Monica Lewinsky grand jury. Prosecutors questioned him about any role he may have played in spreading negative information about investigators in Independent Counsel Ken Starr's office. "I never imagined that in America I would be hauled before a federal grand jury to answer questions about my conversations with members of the media," Blumenthal said.

  • Fourteen Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee have written Attorney General Janet Reno complaining about subpoenas issued by Starr. The members said Starr "is bound by the United States Constitution, which prohibits the attacks on freedom of speech and press in which he is now engaged."

  • Three broadcast networks, The New York Times and The Washington Post have filed a motion in U.S. District Court asking the court to open up any procedural discussions on the use of executive privilege in the independent counsel investigation and grand jury proceedings.

  • Nancy Hernreich, director of Oval Office operations, returned for a second day of grand jury testimony. Hernreich shares an office with Clinton secretary Betty Currie.

  • A non-profit group that studies women in the workplace says it will contribute $10,000 as seed money for a legal defense fund for ex-White House intern Monica Lewinsky. "Having been ambushed by the legal system, she now finds herself pitted against a prosecutor with access to unlimited funds in a city that devours its young," said Rosalie Osias, president of the Osias Foundation.

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Thursday Feb. 26, 1998

Resolution Urges Clinton To Consult Congress On Iraq
Clinton Supports Moratorium On Internet Sales Taxes
Barbour May Face Indictment
House GOP Releases Documents On Trie
Clinton Aide Appears Before Grand Jury
Clinton Administration Lifts Colombia Drug Sanctions
Campaign Finance Bill Likely Dead For The Year
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