Clinton Approves of Film's Take on Lewinksy Scandal

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Former President Bill Clinton on Wednesday night saw the new film The Hunting of the President. The movie portrays the Lewinsky scandal as a smear campaign — and the ex-president clearly agrees. He told the audience, "When the Berlin wall fell, the perpetual right in America, which always needs an enemy, didn't have an enemy any more, so I had to serve as the next best thing." Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep.



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