Today in History for January 7th

Highlights of Today in History: First U.S. Presidential Election; Clinton goes on trial in Senate; Khmer Rouge overthrown; Emperor Hirohito dies. (Jan. 7)

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Bill Clinton: ”We should go about our lives”

Former President Bill Clinton said the American public “should observe and make our own judgments” about impeachment. Clinton called the agreement on NAFTA and announcing of two articles of impeachment, a “portrait of the resilience.” (Dec. 10)

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10 animals dead after fire in Ohio wildlife park

At least 10 animals were killed in a barn fire that erupted at the African Safari Wildlife Park, in Port Clinton, Ohio, west of Cleveland, officials said. Three bongos, three giraffes, three red river hogs and a springbok were lost. (Nov. 29)

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10 animals dead after fire in Ohio wildlife park

At least 10 animals were killed in a barn fire that erupted at the African Safari Wildlife Park, in Port Clinton, Ohio, west of Cleveland, officials said. Three bongos, three giraffes, three red river hogs and a springbok were lost. (Nov. 29)

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Is This Worse Than Watergate? The Impeachment Show (Episode 3)

We are *deep* into the crazy. Three days, nine witnesses, and more than 20 hours of testimony, and that’s just this week.

3:30 – Tina Nguyen and Touré join the panel with Michael Moynihan.

20:10 – Our long bar-crawl to the impeachment finish line continues — this week, in the Bronx.

24:00 – We pretty much know how this impeachment will play out. Everyone votes on party lines. During the Clinton impeachment in 1998, Maryland Republican Congresswoman Connie Morella had to decide how to vote: with her caucus, or with her conscience

28:30 – Liz Landers debriefs the hearings with Rep. Krishnamoorthi, “I think we have to do our duty.”

34:00 – Adrienne Cobb is famous (amongst VICE News viewers) for obsessively tracking every nook and cranny of the Mueller investigation through a highly enthusiastic subreddit called “Keep_Track” — now she and her online fanatics have moved on to the impeachment inquiry. Josh Hersh spends a day inside her Washington State lair (aka computer room) as she moderates her group during the second week of public hearings.

40:00 – Mike Kalenderian gives a guided tour of all the bizarro stuff happening on the internet.

The Impeachment Show airs Thursdays at 11pm on VICELAND.

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Chirac “very French” but “tried to bring people together”, says Clinton | AFP

Former French president Jacques Chirac was “very French” in his ways but, as a politician, tried to “bring people together”, American Bill Clinton, the former president of the United States, said at the Elysee Palace on Monday. Clinton was one of several dignitaries to visit the Elysee on the fringes of the funeral ceremony held for Chirac, who died Thursday at the age of 86. SOUNDBITE

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Clinton: Trump poses a ‘clear and present danger’

Hillary Clinton on Thursday said President Donald Trump, the man who beat her in the 2016 election, posed a “clear and present danger” to the future of the country. Clinton was speaking at an event in Washington, DC. (Sept. 27)

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Today in History for August 17th

Highlights of this day in history: Hurricane Camille hits Gulf Coast; President Clinton admits relationship with Monica Lewinsky; Gold found in Canada’s Yukon; Robert Fulton’s steamboat ride; Rudolf Hess dies; Actor Robert DeNiro born. (Aug. 17)

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ShowBiz Minute: Morrison, Lewinsky, del Toro

Oprah Winfrey pays tribute to late writer Toni Morrison; Clinton impeachment is FX’s next “American Crime Story”; Guillermo del Toro: “Do not believe the lies” about immigrants. (Aug. 7)

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Tony nominee Laurie Metcalf’s ‘cathartic’ Clinton play

Tony nominee Laurie Metcalf discusses playing Hillary Clinton on stage in “Hillary and Clinton” – a show that’s “been done with a lot of love and respect and admiration.” (May 31)

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Clinton: ‘No time for apathy, time for action’

Former Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told graduates at Hunter College in New York that there is “no time for apathy, instead it should be a time for action.” (May 29)

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Clinton: Mueller report is beginning, not the end

Stopping short of calling for immediate impeachment proceedings, Hillary Clinton Tuesday said special counsel Robert Mueller’s report is only the beginning of a reckoning on election meddling. (April 23)

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Clinton: Assange must answer for what he has done

Hillary Clinton said on Thursday newly arrested WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has to “answer for what he has done.” (April 12)

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After Clinton loss, Russia was blamed & WikiLeaks was put in the middle – Hrafnsson (GU teaser)

Kristinn Hrafnsson, editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks, comments on Mueller’s report. Watch full interview on Wednesday, March 27.

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday March 5th: Alabama tornado was among longest in state’s history; Clinton has made up her mind on 2020; Yemen faces continued water shortages; Cheese, Cheese, and more Cheese.

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Hillary Clinton on 2020: ‘I’m not running’

Hillary Clinton says she won’t run for president in 2020, but vows she’s “not going anywhere.” Clinton ruled out another campaign during an interview posted Monday by TV station News 12 Westchester. However, she said she’ll keep speaking out. (March 5)

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ShowBiz Minute: Brown, Baldwin, Clinton

(23 Jan 2019) Chris Brown released from police custody following a rape complaint; Alec Baldwin due in court over parking dispute; Chelsea Clinton expecting third child. (Jan. 23)

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Today in History for January 7th

(7 Jan 2019) Highlights of Today in History: First U.S. Presidential Election; Clinton goes on trial in Senate; Khmer Rouge overthrown; Emperor Hirohito dies. (Jan. 7)

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(8 Dec 2018) Here’s the latest for Friday, December 7th: Mueller’s team recommends jail time for Michael Cohen; Comey questioned by House committees about Clinton emails; Trump nominates William Barr for attorney general; Australia alpacas used for patient therapy.

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Political foes but close friends: Bush & Clinton

(3 Dec 2018) Remembering the 41st U.S. President: Associated Press interviews the political odd-couple ex-presidents George HW Bush & Bill Clinton about their long-standing close relationship. (Dec. 3)

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Ken Starr: Mueller May Indict Trump After His Presidency (HBO)

Special Counsel Bob Mueller has two pathways to proceed against President Trump if he uncovers serious wrongdoing by the President, former independent counsel Ken Starr told VICE News.

Mueller can either refer his findings to Congress for impeachment — as Starr did with former President Bill Clinton in 1998. Or Mueller can wait for Trump’s presidency to end, and indict Trump afterwards, Starr said.

Starr said he believes that the law does permit a sitting president to face a criminal indictment. But longstanding DOJ policy against charging a sitting president will keep Mueller from charging Trump while in office, Starr predicted — no matter what the special counsel’s investigation into Trump’s links to Russia finds.

Unlike many observers, Starr himself has real-world experience in making such decisions. In 1998, he sent an explosive report to Congress, dubbed the Starr Report, that laid out 11 “grounds” for impeaching Clinton, including perjury, obstruction of justice, witness-tampering and abuse of power.

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Trump: Ivanka’s private email use unlike Clinton’s

(20 Nov 2018) President Donald Trump defended his daughter, Ivanka Trump, over revelations she used a private email account for work in the White House and sought to downplay her email use from that of his former opponent, Hillary Clinton. (Nov. 20)

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Pipe bombs sent to Trump foes Obama, Clinton, CNN

The FBI is investigating mail bombs and suspicious packages that were sent to prominent Democratic critics of Donald Trump, including the New York bureau of CNN which the US President has labeled as the leading purveyor of “fake news” against him.