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Clinton's impeachment: A tale of two newspapers

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January 12, 1999
Web posted at: 11:40 a.m. EST (1640 GMT)

NEWARK, New Jersey (CNN) -- Opinions on the impeachment of President Clinton vary as much among newspapers as they do between Democrats and Republicans.

Correspondent Gary Tuchman takes a look at two such papers -- including the oldest continuously published one in the United States -- that started off as Clinton supporters, but diverged as the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal progressed.


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