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Unformatted text preview: had been Paula Jones. Linda Tripp had only herself in mind when she decided to betray the confidence of Monica Lewinsky and Kenneth Starr backed by many conservatives had decided that they'd had enough of Clinton. However, had Clinton wanted to avoid the entire circus show that occurred, he should have plainly told the truth rather than obscure the facts and deny the accusations. Somewhat surprisingly, most people drew a clear distinction between private and public character. They saw the scandal as the president's private behavior, not connected to his public life or their own lives. I agree with that sentiment and still believe that the positive aspects of Clinton's presidency far out shine any negative....
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- Spring '08
- Monica Lewinsky, Lewinsky scandal, Impeachment of Bill Clinton, Kenneth Starr, Linda Tripp