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From independent counsel Kenneth Starr's report to the House on President Clinton. Some of the language in these documents is sexually explicit.

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November 1992: William Jefferson Clinton elected President of the United States

May 1994: Paula Jones files lawsuit against President Clinton

July 1995: Monica S. Lewinsky begins White House internship

November 15, 1995: President begins sexual relationship with Lewinsky

April 5, 1996: Lewinsky transferred from White House to Pentagon

November 1996: President Clinton reelected

March 29, 1997: Last intimate contact between President and Monica Lewinsky

December 5, 1997 : Lewinsky appears on Jones Witness List

December 19, 1997: Lewinsky served with subpoena to appear at deposition and produce gifts from President Clinton

December 24, 1998: Lewinsky's last day of work at the Pentagon

December 28, 1997: Lewinsky meets with the President and receives gifts; later gives box of gifts from the President to Betty Currie.

   


January 7, 1998: Lewinsky signs affidavit intended for filing in Jones case.

January 13, 1998 : Lewinsky accepts job offer at Revlon in New York

January 16, 1998: Special Division appoints Independent Counsel Kenneth W. Starr to investigate Lewinsky matter

January 17, 1998 : President deposed in Jones case

January 18, 1998: President meets with Betty Currie to discuss President's deposition

January 21, 1998 : Lewinsky matter reported in press; President denies allegations of a sexual relationship and of suborning perjury

April 1, 1998: Judge Wright grants summary judgment for President Clinton in the Jones litigation

July 17, 1998: President served with grand jury subpoena, later withdrawn in return for testimony

July 28, 1998 : Immunity/Cooperation Agreement reached between Lewinsky and OIC

August 17, 1998 : President testifies before the grand jury; later he publicly acknowledges improper relationship

September 9, 1998: OIC submits Referral to Congress pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 595(c)

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