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Video Clips: President Clinton's Testimony
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Washingtonpost.com
Monday, Sept. 21, 1998
3:15 p.m. EDT

The House Judiciary Committee made public today President Clinton's videotaped testimony to the grand jury investigating the Monica S. Lewinsky matter. The president's Aug. 17 appearance before independent counsel Kenneth Starr was transmitted via closed-circuit video from the White House to the federal district courthouse. It lasted approximately four hours.

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Excerpts of the taped testimony, encoded in RealVideo, are found below. You will need the RealPlayer plug-in to see the clips.


 ... I regret that what began as a friendship came to include this conduct and I take full responsibility for my actions. ...
From President Clinton's opening statement


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 ... My goal in this deposition was to be truthful, but not particularly helpful. ...
Clinton on interpretation of his testimony


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 This is not the first time that question has been asked ... I'm not going to answer except to refer to my statement.
Clinton responds to question about sexual relations


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Complete Video Testimony
Clinton's 4-hour testimony can be seen in its entirety from C-SPAN, a non-profit public service of the cable television industry.

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