All In The Detail

Now that Ken Starr has the go-ahead to question the President's Secret Service agents, can they tell him what he wants to know?

Three days before Christmas of 1997, Monica Lewinsky had a lot on her mind. She had just been served a subpoena in the Paula Jones case. So, on Dec. 22, Lewinsky was driven by Bill Clinton's friend Vernon Jordan to the offices of the new lawyer Jordan had handpicked. There she got help in drafting a sworn affidavit denying that she had ever had a sexual relationship with Clinton. Even as Lewinsky met with Jordan, the President was on a dizzying 36-hr. tour of Bosnia, visiting American G.I.s in Sarajevo. Did Lewinsky try to reach him while he was abroad? Less...

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