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Article: Impeachment of Bill Clinton
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[[Image:Senate in session.jpg|thumb|300px|Floor proceedings of the U.S. Senate during the impeachment trial of President [[Bill Clinton]] in 1999, [[William Rehnquist|Chief Justice William Rehnquist]] presiding. House managers are seated beside the quarter-circular tables on the left and the president's personal counsel on the right.]]
 
[[Image:Senate in session.jpg|thumb|300px|Floor proceedings of the U.S. Senate during the impeachment trial of President [[Bill Clinton]] in 1999, [[William Rehnquist|Chief Justice William Rehnquist]] presiding. House managers are seated beside the quarter-circular tables on the left and the president's personal counsel on the right.]]
 
[[Bill Clinton]], the 42nd President of the United States, was [[Impeachment in the United States|impeached]] by the [[United States House of Representatives|House of Representatives]] on two charges, one of [[perjury]] and one of [[obstruction of justice]], on December 19, 1998. Two other impeachment articles, a second [[perjury]] charge and a charge of [[abuse of power]], failed in the House. He was [[acquittal|acquitted]] of both charges by the [[United States Senate|Senate]] on February 12, 1999.<ref>{{cite news|last=Baker|first=Peter|title=The Senate Acquits President Clinton|url=http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/special/clinton/stories/impeach021399.htm|work=The Washington Post|publisher=The Washington Post Co.|accessdate=4 December 2013|date=February 18, 1999}}</ref>
 
[[Bill Clinton]], the 42nd President of the United States, was [[Impeachment in the United States|impeached]] by the [[United States House of Representatives|House of Representatives]] on two charges, one of [[perjury]] and one of [[obstruction of justice]], on December 19, 1998. Two other impeachment articles, a second [[perjury]] charge and a charge of [[abuse of power]], failed in the House. He was [[acquittal|acquitted]] of both charges by the [[United States Senate|Senate]] on February 12, 1999.<ref>{{cite news|last=Baker|first=Peter|title=The Senate Acquits President Clinton|url=http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/special/clinton/stories/impeach021399.htm|work=The Washington Post|publisher=The Washington Post Co.|accessdate=4 December 2013|date=February 18, 1999}}</ref>
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[[United States Office of the Independent Counsel|Independent Counsel]] [[Ken Starr]] alleged that Clinton had broken the law during his handling of the [[Lewinsky scandal]] and the [[Paula Jones]] lawsuit. Four charges were considered by the full House of Representatives; only two passed, and those on a nearly [[party-line vote]]. It was only the second time in history that the House had impeached the President of the United States, and only the third that the full House had considered such proceedings.
 
[[United States Office of the Independent Counsel|Independent Counsel]] [[Ken Starr]] alleged that Clinton had broken the law during his handling of the [[Lewinsky scandal]] and the [[Paula Jones]] lawsuit. Four charges were considered by the full House of Representatives; only two passed, and those on a nearly [[party-line vote]]. It was only the second time in history that the House had impeached the President of the United States, and only the third that the full House had considered such proceedings.
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Reporter: Mark (anonymous)
Date: Thursday, the 12th of May 2016 at 08:38:14 AM
Status: Reported
Friday, the 9th of May 2014 at 10:16:46 PM #94484
Anonymous (anonymous)

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Thursday, the 12th of May 2016 at 08:38:14 AM #104336
Mark (anonymous)

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