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Clinton's Democratic Support Slips Further Lieberman Says Clinton's Behavior 'Immoral' Clinton Defends His Lewinsky Speech More Stories. Playerstimeline, documents, quick votes, quiz, archives. AllPolitics' in-depth look at the investigation into the president's relationship with Monica Lewinsky has it all. More Polls. Joseph Lieberman Speaks On Clinton More 'Toons. November : Lewinsky and President Bill Clinton begin a sexual relationship, according to audiotapes secretly recorded later by Linda Tripp.
December : Lewinsky moves into a paid position in the Office of Legislative Affairs, handling letters from members of Congress. She frequently ferries mail to the Oval Office. Lieberman told The New York Times the move was due to "inappropriate and immature behavior" and inattention to work. At the Pentagon, Lewinsky meets Tripp, a career government worker.
Summer Lewinsky begins to tell fellow Pentagon employee Linda Tripp of her alleged relationship with Clinton. Her face red and her lipstick was off. Clinton's lawyer, Bill Bennett said in the article that Linda Tripp is not to be believed. Fall : Tripp to begin taping conversations in which Lewinsky details her alleged affair with the president. October Lewinsky interviews with U. Ambassador to the U. Bill Richardson for a low level public affairs position. Lewinsky reportedly met privately with Clinton and he allegedly encouraged her to be "evasive" in her answers in the Jones' lawsuit.
The tapes allegedly have Lewinsky detailing an affair with Clinton and indicate that Clinton and Clinton friend Vernon Jordan told Lewinsky to lie about the alleged affair under oath. Willey recently had testified about alleged unsolicited sexual advances made by the president in Reno agrees and submits the request to a panel of three federal judges. The judges agree to allow Starr to formally investigate the possibility of subornation of perjury and obstruction of justice in the Jones case.
Tripp and Lewinsky meet again at the Ritz-Carlton. FBI agents and U. Lewis contacts her ex-husband, who calls attorney William Ginsburg, a family friend. Ginsburg advises her not to accept the immunity deal until he learns more. Clinton gives his deposition in the Jones lawsuit, in which he denies having a sexual relationship with Lewinsky. Newsweek magazine decides not to run a story by investigative reporter Michael Isikoff on the Lewinsky tapes and the alleged affair. Clinton denies the allegations as the scandal erupts. Starr issues subpoenas for a of people, as well as for White House records.
Starr also defends the expansion of his initial Whitewater investigation. Jordan holds a press conference to flatly deny he told Lewinsky to lie. Jordan also says that Lewinsky told him that she did not have a sexual relationship with the president. Judge Susan Webber Wright puts off "indefinitely" a deposition Lewinsky was scheduled to give in the Jones lawsuit. Clinton's personal secretary, Betty Currie, and other aides are subpoenaed to appear before a federal grand jury.
Ginsburg says Lewinsky is being "squeezed" by Starr and is now a target of the Whitewater investigation. Talks continue between Starr and attorneys for Lewinsky over a possible immunity agreement. Clinton political adviser James Carville says "a war" will be waged between Clinton supporters and Kenneth Starr over Starr's investigation tactics.
Currie testifies before the grand jury. First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton says in a broadcast interview that a "vast right-wing conspiracy" is behind the charges against her husband. A Portland, Ore. Clinton delivers his State of the Union address, making no mention of the scandal. Ginsburg says Lewinsky plans to go to California in the coming week to visit her father. Their on-again, off-again immunity discussions are off. Ken Starr and his investigators suspect Lewis was aware of her daughter's alleged affair with President Bill Clinton.
Fox, claims in an interview he saw Monica Lewinsky come to the West Wing on weekends with documents she said were for the president. Her mother fails to appear for a third day of grand jury testimony; her lawyer says she is emotionally drained and unable to proceed.
The hearing is stopped briefly when questions of executive privilege are raised. Her lawyer, Billy Martin, says she is "going through hell. March 3, Vernon Jordan Jr. March 5, Lawyers for Monica Lewinsky battle with Ken Starr over whether Lewinsky has a binding immunity agreement. March 9, U. Jones' attorneys to include evidence of a Monica Lewinsky affair during a Jones trial. March 10, Kathleen Willey, a former White House volunteer who accused the president of fondling her, testifies before the grand jury for four hours.
March 11, The grand jury spends the day listening to audio recordings, which sources say are tapes made by Linda Tripp of her conversations with Monica Lewinsky. March 16, Clinton says "nothing improper" happened when he was alone with Kathleen Willey, responding to her accusations aired in an interview on "60 Minutes" the night. The White House releases letters Willey sent to the president, ed "Fondly, Kathleen" in an effort to cast doubt on her story. Willey's attorney denies the charges. A friend of Lewinsky and the presidential diarist give grand jury testimony. March 18, Julie Steele's affidavit is released.
In it she says she lied when she claimed Kathleen Willey had come to her house the night of the encounter and told her about it. March 25, Marcia Lewis, Monica Lewinsky's mother, fails to persuade a federal judge to excuse her from a third day of testimony. One of her purchases was reportedly Nicholson Baker's "Vox," a novel about phone sex. Jodie Torkelson testifies.
April 7, Presidential diarist Janis Kearney testifies before the grand jury. Harolyn Cardozo, daughter of multimillionaire fund-raiser and Clinton pal Nate Landow and a former White House intern, testifies before the grand jury. She is questioned on Kathleen Willey's accusations of unwanted sexual advances made by the president. April 9, A second White House steward is called to testify before the grand jury in a supposed effort to learn of meetings between the president and Monica Lewinsky. April 14, Kenneth Starr files a sealed motion in U. Starr said an end to the Whitewater investigation "was not yet in sight.
April 18, U. She'll be in here for a while. April 21, Former President George Bush weighs in, challenging Ken Starr's attempt to get Secret Service officers to testify before the grand jury. April 28, Nancy Hernreich, director of Oval Office operations, testifies for the sixth time in the Lewinsky investigation. April 29, A federal judge rules that Monica Lewinsky does not have an immunity agreement with Ken Starr. April 30, In his first news conference since the Lewinsky scandal broke, the president lashes out at Independent Counsel Ken Starr charging that he he a "hard, well-financed, vigorous effort" to undercut the president.
Clinton repeatedly declines to elaborate on his relationship with Lewinsky. Clinton confidant Vernon Jordan testifies for a third time before the grand jury. May 6, Clinton's personal attorney, David Kendall, accuses Starr's office of "flagrant leaks," citing a Fox News report that claimed information on Clinton's executive-privilege decision came from the independent counsel's office. May 8, Ken Starr and David Kendall quarrel over leaks of grand jury information.
Betty Currie testifies before the grand jury for the third time. May 13, Ken Starr seeks contempt charges against David Kendall, the president's personal attorney. Starr accuses Kendall of leaking grand jury testimony. May 14, Starr argues in federal court that there are no legal grounds for Secret Service agents who guard the president to refuse to testify before the grand jury.
Betty Currie, the president's personal secretary, returns for her fourth appearance before the grand jury testimony. May 21, Walter Kaye, a retired insurance executive and prominent Democratic contributor, testifies before the grand jury. As a result of your callous disregard for cherished constitutional rights, you may have succeeded in unmasking a sexual relationship between two consenting adults. May 28, Ken Starr asks the Supreme Court to expedite their ruling on executive privilege.
June 1, Clinton's defense team decides to drop the appeal on the executive privilege ruling. But his lawyers will continue to argue for attorney-client privilege to prevent close friend and aide Bruce Lindsey from answering all of Ken Starr's questions. The split was said to be by "mutual agreement. June 4, The Supreme Court denies Ken Starr's request to expedite a ruling on attorney-client privilege and the Secret Service's "protective function privilege.
June 5, Appeals court fast tracks attorney-client privilege dispute. June 8, The Supreme Court hears oral arguments in Ken Starr's attempts to access notes take by the lawyer of late White House deputy counsel Vince Foster nine days after the meeting in question.
Foster's lawyer, James Hamilton argued the notes are covered by attorney-client privilege, but Starr's office said the privilege doesn't always extends past death.
June 9, Presidential friend Vernon Jordan testifies before Ken Starr's grand jury for the fifth time. Lewinsky's new lawyers say they are upset by her photo layout in Vanity Fair magazine. June 10, Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Harold Ickes appears before the grand jury to testify about his involvement, if any, in the release of information from Linda Tripp's personnel records.
June 15, The publication of an article in the new magazine of media criticism, Brill's Content, alleging that Ken Starr leaked information to the media le Judge Holloway to hold a private meeting with lawyers for both sides of the case to investigate the charges. The magazine's editor and creator, Steven Brill, said Starr admitted to the leaks in a minute interview. June 16, Ken Starr releases a attack on Brill's article, calling the editor "reckless" and "irresponsible" for printing what he called a misinterpretation of their interview.
The secret testimony refutes Ken Starr's published denial of the plan, but does not specify that the conversations Starr's prosecution wished to tape were with the president or Vernon Jordan. June 22, CNN learns that Ken Starr may be willing to make an immunity deal without requiring that Monica Lewinsky plead guilty to some charge against her if they decide that she is cooperating fully with the prosecution.
June 22, Kramer Books and lawyers for Monica Lewinsky strike a deal in which records of Lewinsky's purchases are submitted to Ken Starr's office by her lawyers and not the book store, thereby allowing the book store to maintain it stood up for the First Amendment. June 25, White House communications aide Sidney Blumenthal testifies before Ken Starr's grand jury for the third time. Blumenthal complains that Starr's inquiry focused on what the White House was saying about his prosecution rather than Blumenthal's conversations with the president.
June 25, The Supreme Court rules that attorney-client privilege extends beyond the grave, exempting Vince Foster's conversations with his lawyers from being called as evidence in Ken Starr's presidential investigations. June 26, Ken Starr presents arguments to a federal appeals court requesting that Secret Service personnel be required to testify in the Lewinsky case.
Linda Tripp is called to appear before the grand jury on Tuesday, June June 29, Attorneys for Dale Young confirm that the Lewinsky family friend testified before the grand jury that Monica Lewinsky spoke to her of an intimate relationship between herself and President Clinton. According to Young's testimony, Lewinsky confided in her indetailing the limitations and rules Clinton had placed upon their relationship.
June 30, Linda Tripp appears before the grand jury for her first day of testimony, accompanied by her children. She says that she did not trick Monica Lewinsky when she taped conversations with her former friend. July 1, Linda Tripp makes her second appearance before the grand jury, during which the Lewinsky tapes may have been played. July 5, Starr announces that he will not release an interim report on his investigation to the House of Representatives. July 7, The U. Court of Appeals rules that Secret Service agents must testify before the grand jury, upholding Judge Norma Holloway Johnson's earlier decision.
July 7, Linda Tripp returns for her third day of testimony before the grand jury, as the Maryland state's attorney opens investigations into Tripp's taping of her conversations with Monica Lewinsky. The investigation is aimed at deciding whether Tripp had broken Maryland state laws that require both parties in a conversation to consent to be taped.
July 9, Monica Lewinsky announces she is prepared to cooperate in the Maryland investigation into the legality of Linda Tripp's tapes of phone conversations as Tripp appears before the grand jury for the fourth time. July 14, Ken Starr subpoenas Larry Cockell, head of the president's security detail.
The Justice Department, backed by the Secret Service, requests a full panel appeal of the Secret Service testimony decision from the U. Court of Appeals.Bill clinton dating
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