Charlie Rose with Jonathan Turley; Nina Totenberg; Amre Moussa; George Mitchell July 16, 1998
First, Jonathan Turley of George Washington University discusses his predictions for the Clinton-Lewinsky proceedings, the legal strategy of Kenneth Starr, and the various testimonies of those involved in the matter. Then, Nina Totenberg, legal affairs correspondent of National Public Radio, discusses the specifics of the Clinton trial, the subpoenas issued by Kenneth Starr, and the actions of Chief Justice Rehnquist. Then, Amre Moussa, the Egyptian minister of foreign affairs, discusses the Palestine-Israel conflict, U.S.-Egypt relations, and the broader problems and situations in the Middle East. Finally, former Senate majority leader George Mitchell (D), the chairman of the commission leading peace talks in Ireland, discusses the progress of their efforts in alleviating the Irish conflict.
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