Women Split On Clinton Presidency

NPR''s Barbara Bradley reports on what two women''s groups, with distinctly different political agendas, had to say yesterday about President Clinton and Monica Lewinski. The National Organization for Women was critical of the President''s conduct but said he should not be forced from office. The conservative group, Concerned Women for America, said he''s not fit to continue in the Presidency and should either resign or be removed.



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