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I Never Did Not: President Bill Clinton “I did not have sexual relations with that woman; Monica Lewinsky.” By definition it did not happen. Clinton had also said, “there is not a sexual relationship, an improper sexual relationship or any other kind of improper relationship”[11] which he defended as truthful on August 17, 1998, hearing because of the use of the present tense, famously arguing “it depends on what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is”[12] (i.e., he was not, at the time he made that statement, still having a sexual relationship with Lewinsky). Under pressure from Starr, who had obtained from Lewinsky a blue dress with Clinton’s semen stain, as well as testimony from Lewinsky that the President had inserted a cigar tube into her vagina, Clinton stated, “I did have a relationship with Miss Lewinsky that was not appropriate.”[1] Clinton denied having committed perjury because, according to Clinton, the legal definition[13] of oral sex was not encompassed by “sex” per se. In addition, relying upon the definition of “sexual relations” as proposed by the prosecution and agreed by the defense and by Judge Susan Webber Wright, who was hearing the Paula Jones case, Clinton claimed that because certain acts were performed on him, not by him, he did not engage in sexual relations. Lewinsky’s testimony to the Starr Commission, however, contradicted Clinton’s claim of being totally passive in their encounters.[14] Both Clinton and Lewinsky were called before a grand jury; Clinton testified via closed-circuit television, Lewinsky in person. Given an opportunity to offer final words on the matter, Lewinsky told the jury, “I hate Linda Tripp.”[15] Quote from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monica_Lewinsky#Early_life_and_education I Never Did Not: I did, but I did not; I Never Did Not.

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