Ken Starr's memoir 'Contempt' gives inside look on Clinton Whitewater probe : NPR's Book of the Day Ken Starr's 2018 memoir, Contempt, gives an inside look into his investigation of the Clinton administration that led to President Clinton's impeachment. In an interview from back when the book was published, Starr, who died this week, discusses in a conversation with Steve Inskeep his perspective on the president and the law, which at times may seem to conflict with his later stance on President Donald Trump.

Ken Starr gives an inside look on Clinton investigation in his memoir, 'Contempt'

Ken Starr gives an inside look on Clinton investigation in his memoir, 'Contempt'

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Ken Starr's 2018 memoir, Contempt, gives an inside look into his investigation of the Clinton administration that led to President Clinton's impeachment. In an interview from back when the book was published, Starr, who died this week, discusses in a conversation with Steve Inskeep his perspective on the president and the law, which at times may seem to conflict with his later stance on President Donald Trump.