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The Senate Trial

By Chet Rhodes
Washingtonpost.com Staff
Thursday, February 4, 1999

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White House lawyers and House prosecutors argued the case for and against live witnesses and the use of videotaped depositions in the Senate impeachment trial of President Clinton. See below for video and audio.


Thursday, February 4, 1999

Richard Llamas, Gallery Spectator
"Good God almighty, take the vote and get it over with!"
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House Manager Rep. James E. Rogan (R-Calf.)
"It is none of your damned business what the other side is going to put on ..."
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President Clinton's Attorney David Kendall
"Fascinating though these depositions are, I don't think there is any need to inflict them on you repeatedly ..."
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House Manager Rep. Ed Bryant (R-Tenn.)
"I would encourage each of you to call Monica Lewinsky as the one live witness ..."
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Video/Audio courtesy of C-SPAN and FEDNET



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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