President Bill Clinton hugs Monica Lewinsky at a Democratic Fundraiser in Washington, DC, Oct. 23, 1996
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This undated photograph showing Monica Lewinsky meeting President Bill Clinton at a White House function was submitted as evidence in documents by the Starr investigation and released by the House Judicary committee on Sept. 21, 1998.
A photograph showing Monica Lewinsky meeting President Bill Clinton at a White House function submitted as evidence in documents by the Starr investigation and released by the House Judiciary committee Sept. 21, 1998.
President Bill Clinton shakes his finger as he denies improper behavior with Monica Lewinsky, in the White House Roosevelt Room. "I did not have sexual relations with that woman," Clinton said as first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton stood, watching.
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Special Prosecutor Kenneth Starr stands before a crowd of reporters and photographers outside the Justice Department and answers questions about his investigation into President Clinton and intern Monica Lewinsky, Washington DC, January 22, 1998.
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This undated photograph showing the blue dress worn by Monica Lewinsky along with other items related to her relationship with President Clinton was submitted as evidence in the Kenneth Starr investigation.
Linda Tripp, a former White House staffer who befriended Monica Lewinsky while both worked at the Pentagon, came forward with secretly recorded conversations between herself and Lewinsky that directly contradicted statements President Clinton had made in a sworn deposition denying the existence of a relationship.<br><br>Pictured, Tripp speaks to the press in front of the Federal Courthouse on July 29, 1998, after concluding her testimony before the federal grand jury investigating President Bill Clinton.
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In this image made from his videotaped testimony, President Clinton responds to a question about his recollection of who told him about Monica Lewinsky receiving a subpoena in the Paul Jones case on Aug. 17, 1998.
Monica Lewinsky and her stepmother, Barbara Lewinsky push through a large crowd of media as they leave a Santa Monica, California restaurant on Feb. 5, 1998.
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Television satellite trucks and White House visitors gather outside the White House on Aug. 17,1998, as President Clinton faced questions from a grand jury about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
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Monica Lewinsky is pictured in a video grab as she is sworn in for her deposition on Feb. 1, 1999.
Special Prosecutor Kenneth Starr testifies before House Judiciary Committee regarding articles of impeachment against President Bill Clinton on Nov. 19, 1998.
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President Clinton appears downcast when asked about his possible resignation due to the Lewinsky scandal during a press conference on Dec. 13, 1998.
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