Paula Jones

Paula Jones says she was sexually harassed by Bill Clinton. President Clinton says it never happened. At issue before the Supreme Court... whether the president of the United States can delay defending himself from a lawsuit until he's left office. The president's lawyer says allowing a lower court to go ahead would set a bad precedent. What do you think? Next on Talk of the Nation. Guests: Nina Totenberg Legal Affairs correspondent, NPR Evan Thomas Assistant Managing Editor, Newsweek Author, cover story on Paula Jones in January 13th edition of Newsweek Other guest Listeners call in

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