WARNING! GRAPHIC LANGUAGE! Part 18 of a series. In this segment President Clinton is asked about his meeting with John Podesta.
WARNING! GRAPHIC LANGUAGE! Part 17 of a series. In this segment President Clinton tells the Grand Jury that he does not want to answer questions that are ‘painful’ to him. The President does not consider oral sex under the definition of a sexual relationship.
Part 16 of a series. This is the first time in the testimony that President Clinton refers to Miss Lewinsky by her first name. Lewinsky is told by a Secret Service agent at the White House gate that the President is meeting with Eleanor Mondale. Lewinsky becomes upset. The President is questioned if he gave orders to have the agent fired. The President is questioned if he asked Captain (Jeffrey) Purdy to keep silent about the incident.
Part 15 of a series. President Clinton: “… you tried to get me to give a broader interpretation of my oath than just my obligation to tell the truth … my goal in this deposition was to be truthful, but not helpful …”
Part 14 of a series. President Clinton becomes visibly frustrated and confronts the Grand Jury, “…the lawyers didn’t ask follow up questions because they were afraid I’d give truthful answers…”
Part 13 of a series. In this segment President Clinton says to the Grand Jury,”… you’re acting like this [investigation] is the most important thing in America …at the time this thing came out this whole thing was not the most important thing in my life…”
Part 12 of a series. President Clinton states reasons for his memory lapse.
Part 11 of a series. In this segment President Clinton is asked if it was true he told Vernon Jordan that he was going to leave First Lady Hillery Clinton so he could be with Monica Lewinsky.
Part 10 in a series. This segment includes the much-quoted statement from Clinton’s grand jury testimony showed him questioning the precise use of the word “is”.
Part 9 of a series. This segment focuses on the involvement of President Clinton’s personal secretary, Betty Currie.
Part 8 of a series. In this segment President Clinton acknowledges that after the inappropriate relationship was discovered Miss Lewinsky continued to send him affectionate notes that she signed “Love, Monica.”
Part 7 of a series. In this segment President Clinton stated that Miss Lewinsky told him she thought the gifts she gave him were going to be ‘a problem’ and that he did his best to be a friend to her.
Part 6 of a series. In this segment President Clinton is asked about what he knew about Monica Lewinsky’s subpoena. More questions about the gifts he gave her.
Part 5 of a series. President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky exchange multiple gifts.
Part 4 of a series. In this segment President Clinton describes the 9-10 times he was alone with Monica Lewinsky