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15 years since senate trial on the impeachment Of Bill Clinton

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President Bill Clinton looks toward wife Hillary before addressing the American people following a vote for his impeachment December 19, 1998 at the White House. Clinton ignored calls for his resignation in the face of impeachment , vowing to remain in office ``until the last hour of my last day of my term.'''' (photo by Rex Banner)
President Bill Clinton looks toward wife Hillary before addressing the American people following a vote for his impeachment December 19, 1998 at the White House. Clinton ignored calls for his resignation in the face of impeachment , vowing to remain in office "until the last hour of my last day of my term.'''
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES:  New Yorkers and tourists watch the NBC jumbotron in Times Square display the "Not Guilty" verdict on the obstruction of justice charges against US President Bill Clinton during his impeachment trial on Capitol Hill 12 February. The Senate failed to convict Clinton on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice.               AFP PHOTO      Timothy A. Clary (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
New Yorkers and tourists watch the NBC jumbotron in Times Square display the "Not Guilty" verdict on the obstruction of justice charges against US President Bill Clinton during his impeachment trial on Capitol Hill 12 February. The Senate failed to convict Clinton on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice.
WASHINGTON, :  Democratic Congressmen (from L-R) Max Baucus, (D-MT), Charles Schumer, (D-NY), Robert Torricelli, (D-NJ), Byron Dorgan, (D-ND) and Christopher Dodd, (D-CT), wait to speak to reporters outside the Senate chambers following a vote to depose witnesses for US President Bill Clinton's impeachment trial on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, 27 January. The Senate also rejected a motion to dismiss the case in addition to calling for witnesses by a vote of 56-44.   AFP PHOTO   Stephen JAFFE (Photo credit should read STEPHEN JAFFE/AFP/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON, : Democratic Congressmen (from L-R) Max Baucus, (D-MT), Charles Schumer, (D-NY), Robert Torricelli, (D-NJ), Byron Dorgan, (D-ND) and Christopher Dodd, (D-CT), wait to speak to reporters outside the Senate chambers following a vote to depose witnesses for US President Bill Clinton's impeachment trial on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, 27 January.
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