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  •  - CLINTON AND LEWINSKY IN 1995 PHOTO.

    CLINTON AND LEWINSKY IN 1995 PHOTO.

    Posted: 6/24/2013 6:52:45 PM EST
    President Clinton poses with Monica Lewinsky in a Nov. 17, 1995 photo, that was released Sept. 21 by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr as part of more than 3,000 pages of documents pertaining to the scandal. REUTERS
  •  - CLINTON AND LEWINSKY IN 1995 PHOTO.

    CLINTON AND LEWINSKY IN 1995 PHOTO.

    Posted: 6/24/2013 6:52:45 PM EST
    President Clinton poses with Monica Lewinsky in a Nov. 17, 1995 photo, that was released Sept. 21 by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr as part of more than 3,000 pages of documents pertaining to the scandal. REUTERS
  •  - CLINTON AND LEWINSKY IN 1995 PHOTO.

    CLINTON AND LEWINSKY IN 1995 PHOTO.

    Posted: 6/24/2013 5:57:29 PM EST
    President Clinton poses with Monica Lewinsky in a Nov. 17, 1995 photo, that was released Sept. 21 by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr as part of more than 3,000 pages of documents pertaining to the scandal. REUTERS
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              This combination of Associated Press File photos, show from left, Sanford I. Weill, of Travelers, and John S. Reed of Citicorp shaking hands in New York, Monday, April 6, 1998, and righ

    This combination of Associated Press File photos, show from left, Sanford I. Weill, of Travelers, and John S. Reed of Citicorp shaking hands in New York, Monday, April 6, 1998, and righ

    Posted: 5/7/2013 5:35:05 PM EST
    This combination of Associated Press File photos, show from left, Sanford I. Weill, of Travelers, and John S. Reed of Citicorp shaking hands in New York, Monday, April 6, 1998, and right, former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in Philadelphia, also on Monday, April 6, 1998. On April 6, 1998, the Dow first closed above 9,000, after Citicorp announced combining with insurer Travelers Group, igniting the megabank era now blamed in part for the financial crisis. On the same day, Monica Lewinsky's lawyer said special prosecutor Kenneth Starr should wrap up his investigation of President Bill Clinton and "get a life". (AP Photo/File)
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              This combination of Associated Press File photos, show from left, Sanford I. Weill, of Travelers, and John S. Reed of Citicorp shaking hands in New York, Monday, April 6, 1998, and righ

    This combination of Associated Press File photos, show from left, Sanford I. Weill, of Travelers, and John S. Reed of Citicorp shaking hands in New York, Monday, April 6, 1998, and righ

    Posted: 3/5/2013 5:13:29 PM EST
    This combination of Associated Press File photos, show from left, Sanford I. Weill, of Travelers, and John S. Reed of Citicorp shaking hands in New York, Monday, April 6, 1998, and right, former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in Philadelphia, also on Monday, April 6, 1998. On April 6, 1998, the Dow first closed above 9,000, after Citicorp announced combining with insurer Travelers Group, igniting the megabank era now blamed in part for the financial crisis. On the same day, Monica Lewinsky's lawyer said special prosecutor Kenneth Starr should wrap up his investigation of President Bill Clinton and "get a life". (AP Photo/File)
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              FILE - In this Aug. 27, 2008, file photo, former President Bill Clinton speaks at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The way Democrats and Republicans treat their ex-presiden

    FILE - In this Aug. 27, 2008, file photo, former President Bill Clinton speaks at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The way Democrats and Republicans treat their ex-presiden

    Posted: 9/5/2012 2:38:39 AM EST
    FILE - In this Aug. 27, 2008, file photo, former President Bill Clinton speaks at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The way Democrats and Republicans treat their ex-presidents at convention time reflects each man's personal popularity and also how well he's weathered changes in party politics. It helps to be a dynamite speaker, too. Clinton scores on all three: his speeches are rousing, if long; his popularity extends to coveted independent voters; and his centrist appeal plays well across today's Democratic Party. It's no wonder that Democrats are have forgiven, if not forgotten, that business about Monica Lewinsky and impeachment that seemed to have permanently marred his presidency as it ended a dozen years ago. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)