Whitewater Case Set to Run and Run the Prosecutor's Investigation Could Outlast the Presidency, Reports Mary Dejevsky
Dejevsky, Mary, The Independent (London, England)
THE Whitewater investigation, which has now been running for four years at a cost to the American taxpayer running into tens of millions of dollars, began as an inquiry into a speculative (and failed) Arkansas land deal in which Bill and Hillary Clinton invested in the Eighties. It has now expanded to include the accusation that Mr Clinton had an affair with a White House trainee, Monica Lewinsky, and prevailed upon her to lie about it under oath. And it could run and run.
The common thread is abuse of power. The question is whether Mr Clinton used his power, first as attorney general and state governor of Arkansas and then as President of the United States, to …
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