White House Correspondent Mara Liasson Reports

that President Clinton will testify by videotape as a defense witness in the Whitewater trial. The tape will be played in court, but the White House is concerned about what could happen to the tape after the non-televised trial. There are precedents in this case... Former presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter both testified in court by videotape, and both tapes were sealed by the ruling judge.



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