November 9, 1999 5:55PM
President Clinton, during yesterday's online town-hall meeting, on whether
he'd like to stay in office past a second term: "Well, I love the job and
would continue to do it if I could. ... I would not willingly give up any
day of the opportunity to serve as president."
I LIED TO SAVE MY CONSTITUTION
Clinton, in an ABC interview, on his legacy as a perjurer: "I made a
personal mistake, and they spent $50 million trying to ferret it out and
root it out, because they had nothing else to do, because all the other
charges were totally false bogus, made up, and people were persecuted
because they wouldn't commit perjury against me." More Clinton: "I was
right to stand and fight for my country and my Constitution and its
FLORIDA POLL: BAN PREFERENCES
Sixty percent of Florida voters favor an initiative barring public-sector
race and sex preferences, according to a new poll by the St. Petersburg
and Miami Herald
. Only 26 percent of voters oppose it and 14 percent
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John J. Miller - National Political Reporter
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