Monday 29 December 2014

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 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.
Paula Jones, Whose Charges Of Sexual Harassment Led To The Impeachment Of President Bill Clinton, Enthusiastically Bares Everything In The December Issue Of Penthouse Magazine.
About 200 supporters of President Bill Clinton, many of them auto and steel workers, stood in a snowstorm in Detroit outside the North American International Auto Show while Clinton toured the exhibits and spoke to the Detroit Economic Club. (photo by George Waldman)
US President Bill Clinton walks to the podium moments before reading a statement in the Rose Garden of the White House after the Senate voted not to impeach him 12 February in Washington, DC. Clinton apologized for the actions that led to his impeachment and subsequent acquittal by the Senate, saying he was "profoundly sorry."
Loree Murray marches with a sign conveying her feelings about the upcoming US House of Representatives vote on the impeachment of US President Bill Clinton 15 December near the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC. The vote on impeachment is expected to be taken by the full House on 17 December.
US Senator Joe Biden briefs reporters prior to the 15 January start of the second day of the US Senate impeachment trial of US President Bill Clinton on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. House prosecutors will summarize their case against the president 15 January.
US President Bill Clinton appears after making a statement to the press 19 December in Washington following his impeachment by the US House of Representatives. Clinton rejected calls for his resignation after the House impeached him on one count of perjury and obstruction of justice.
Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr testifies during the US House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearings 19 November on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
A protester carries an anti-Clinton sign 19 December in Washington shortly after the the US House of Representatives impeached US President Bill Clinton, who in turn rejected calls for his resignation. The House impeached Clinton on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice.
Republican Tom Delay, right, hold a private meeting at Robert Livingston's, left, office, November 17, 1998, as the House Judiciary leaders consider impeachable charges against President Clinton in Washington, DC.
Members of the press wait outside the Senate chamber as the impeachment trial of US President Bill Clinton begins 07 January on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Clinton's impeachment trial opened 07 January -- the first such proceeding in 131 years -- as senators weighed his ouster over lying about sex in the White House.
Protestors demanding the impeachment of US President Bill Clinton conduct their noontime protest from the park benches in Lafayette Park across from the White House 07 December. Clinton's lawyers "will present a case that is robust" in up to 30 hours of hearings Tuesday and Wednesday before the House Judiciary committee on Capitol Hill.
The NBC jumbotron in Times Square displays 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.

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