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Independent counsel Kenneth Starr testifies before the House Judicial Committee on Nov. 19, 1998. He alleged that then-President Clinton engaged in "an unlawful effort to thwart the judicial process." David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images hide caption

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Ken Starr: 'Eerie Echoes' Between Lewinsky Probe And Mueller Investigation Of Trump

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Then Baylor University President Ken Starr testifies at the House Committee on Education and Workforce on college athletes forming unions, on May 8, 2014, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Lauren Victoria Burke/AP hide caption

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Artist Nelson Shanks' 2005 portrait of former President Clinton, which hangs at the Smithsonian Institution's National Portrait Gallery. National Portrait Gallery, Nelson Shanks/AP hide caption

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Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky meets President Clinton at the White House on Dec. 16, 1996. Lewinsky, whose affair with Clinton eventually led to his impeachment, has written an article in Vanity Fair in which she talks about her life after the scandal. Getty Images hide caption

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