Paula Jones Rebuttal

Robert talks with NPR's Chitra Ragavan about arguments Paula Jones' attorneys made today about why her sexual harrassment lawsuit against President Clinton should go forward. The arguments were made in response to a motion last month by the president's attorneys asking that the case be dismissed for lack of evidence. Jones' attorneys say they have plenty of evidence that Jones' allegations against the President are true and that they were part of a pattern of behavior by Mr. Clinton in his dealings with women.

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