Truth at any Cost: Ken Starr & The Unmaking of Bill Clinton

GUESTS: MICHAEL WEISSKOPF Co-author, Truth At Any Cost: Ken Starr and The Unmaking of Bill Clinton (Harpercollins, 2000) Contributor to Time Magazine SUSAN SCHMIDT Co-author, Truth At Any Cost: Ken Starr and The Unmaking of Bill Clinton (Harpercollins, 2000) Reporter for The Washington Post, who broke the Lewinsky story for that newspaper As the Lewinsky scandal unfolded last year with its cast of political heroes and villains, independent counsel Ken Starr stepped into the role of villain with surprising ease. The mild-mannered former judge was portrayed as a sexually-obsessed fanatic with possible ties to a Vast Right Wing Conspiracy. Was Judge Starr out to bring down the President at any cost or was he motivated by more honorable things like justice and truth? Join Juan Williams for a behind-the-scenes look at the battle between the Office of the Independent Counsel and the Clinton White House.

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