On Jan. 26, Clinton stated, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky," and denied that he had urged her to lie about an affair. Over the next seven months, Clinton continued to deny the relationship. His legal defense team tried unsucessfully to derail Starr's investigation, which instead expanded to include whether Clinton himself lied under oath in his Paula Jones deposition.

At a White House event on Jan. 26, President Clinton emphatically denies having a sexual relationship with Lewinsky. (Greg Gibson/AP)

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