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Clinton on Trial

Compiled by washingtonpost.com staff
Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1999

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House prosecutors told senators they should vote to remove President Clinton from office because he had violated his oath to tell the truth, in closing their case in the first presidential impeachment trial since 1868.


Saturday, Jan. 16, 1999

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Hyde Closes the House Managers' Arguments
Judiciary Committee chairman, Rep. Henry Hyde, R-Ill.
"My solitary, solitary hope is that 100 years from today people will look back at what we've done and say, they kept the faith. ... I'm done."
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Thursday, Jan. 14, 1999

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Rogan Uses Video to Make Points
House Manager, Rep. James Rogan
"No reasonable interpretation of the president's testimony could be made that he fulfilled his legal obligation to testify to the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. His statements were perjurious. "
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Making a Case Before a Silent Senate
House Manager, Rep. James Sensenbrenner
"Our legacy must be to do the right thing based upon the evidence. And for the sake of our country, the Senate must not fail."
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Hyde Sets the Stage
Judiciary Committee chairman, Rep. Henry Hyde, R-Ill.
"We, the managers of the House, are here to set forth the evidence in support of two articles of impeachment against President William Jefferson Clinton. "
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Background
Multimedia index of impeachment hearings and Clinton scandal
Full coverage: Clinton Accused
Primer: How Did We Get Here?
56K or higher, Impeachment slideshow. An overview of events that led to the House vote on impeachment of President Clinton

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