Linda talks with Paul Butler, a professor of law at the George Washington University and a former Federal Prosecutor with the Department of Justice division of Public Integrity, Corruption and Perjury; Elizabeth Drew, a veteran Washington journalist who has written numerous books about politics, including the Watergate scandal and the Clinton Administration; and Tucker Carlson, a staff writer for The Weekly Standard magazine. They discuss the videotaped testimony given by President Clinton that was made public today, and talk about the tape's overall impact.

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