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 Clinton Reaches Out To Congressional Leaders (9-8-98)

 Clinton's Attorney Asks To Review Starr Report Before It Goes To Congress (9-7-98)

 Clinton's Democratic Support Slips Further (9-6-98)

 House Leaders Will Discuss Starr Report (9-4-98)

 Sen. Lieberman Says Clinton's Behavior 'Immoral' (9-3-98)

 Clinton Defends His Lewinsky Speech (9-2-98)

 Clinton's Team Will Attempt To Counter Starr Report (9-1-98)

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 Players, timeline, documents, quick votes, quiz, archives. AllPolitics' in-depth look at the investigation into the president's relationship with Monica Lewinsky has it all.


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 People In Other Countries Say Clinton Doing Fine (8-27-98)

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 Sen. Joseph Lieberman Speaks On Clinton (9-3-98)

 Text Of Clinton-Yeltsin News Conference (9-2-98)


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 Senator Lieberman calls Clinton's behavior 'immoral and harmful (9-3-98)
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Jesse Jackson Says Clinton Is 'Embarrassed'

He predicts Clinton's marriage will survive

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WASHINGTON (AllPolitics, Aug. 17) -- Jesse Jackson said first lady Hillary Clinton and daughter Chelsea are standing by an "embarrassed" President Bill Clinton as he approaches his historic grand jury testimony in the Monica Lewinsky scandal. (704K wav sound)

"Face it, he is embarrassed by whatever happened, however one defines inappropriate, and Hillary's had to face the humiliation of it all," said Jackson, who met with the first family Sunday night and prayed with them. But Jackson said the couple is in love "and their marriage will survive this."

"You need faith when storms come suddenly, so I really talked to Hillary and Chelsea about matters of faith and unconditional love," said Jackson, a U.S. envoy to Africa and former Democratic presidential candidate.

"The fact that we had nine months of this drama, it is obviously embarrassing to him," Jackson said. "But somehow I'm convinced that [Monday] he will face that grand jury and make his case, but what I think is most important to him is that Chelsea and Hillary are standing with him, and I suppose if that strength was not there he would really be in bigger trouble."

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Monday, August 17, 1998

Clinton Admits To 'Wrong' Relationship With Lewinsky
Poll: More Americans Satisfied With Clinton's Explanation
Transcript: President Bill Clinton's Speech
Sources: Clinton Admits Sexual Relationship, Refuses To Tell Details
Susan McDougal Jury Chosen
Public Weary Of Lewinsky Probe
Bizarre Scene Inside And Outside The White House
Jesse Jackson Says Clinton Is 'Embarrassed'
Transcript: Mike McCurry's White House Briefing


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