NPR's Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg reports on apparent bipartisanship as impeachment proceedings against President Clinton wind down. Democrats and Republicans crossed party lines yesterday, first voting to defeat a request to have Monica Lewinsky testify before the Senate, and then voting her videotaped testimony into the evidentiary record. The pithiest comment of the day came from a private citizen in the Senate gallery who rose and shouted, "Good God almighty, take the vote and get it over with!" The man was escorted out of the gallery.
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