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Lewinsky scandal players:
Where are they now?

USA Today, by Staff

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Posted By:StormCnter, 5/7/2014 6:04:04 PM

From a Christmas shop to academia, key players in the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky scandal took different paths in the years since the investigation that led to a president´s impeachment. Lanny Davis Davis served as special counsel to President Clinton and was a leading spokesman for the White House during the impeachment proceedings and other White House scandals. Davis went on to conduct a successful private practice in public relations and crisis communications, including publishing several books on how to publicly respond to a crisis. He is now executive vice president of Levick, a PR/communications firm.

Yes, Ken Starr is at Baylor in Waco and we´re mighty proud to have him.


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Reply 1 - Posted by: Coy860, 5/7/2014 6:40:42 PM     (No. 9840263)

The scandal was Bill Clinton´s lieing under Oath in front of a Federal Judge, and convincing Monica to also perjure herself.
He lied in testimony about his assault on Paula Jones. Monica just provided titillation to the entire sordid mess.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: secondtimelucky, 5/7/2014 7:38:33 PM     (No. 9840310)

interesting who is NOT listed...

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