The House Republicans have made their case to the Senate for the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. The charges—the president perjured himself and obstructed justice in an effort to hide the facts of his sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky—were numbingly familiar. No new revelations emerged about the extent of Clinton’s duplicity or his alleged "conspiracy" to influence the sworn testimony of Monica Lewinsky and his secretary Betty Currie. Also numbingly...
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