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"Scandalous" is filmed in a cinematic style and goes in-depth with more than 45 people who were involved in the investigation, and eventually the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton. Viewers get an honest and detailed account of one of the most intense legal stories in America's history. The program includes the moment the trial began, the interviews, and it goes straight through the impeachment. Hear the details from the trial -- when President Bill Clinton denies having an affair with Monica Lewinsky, then asks for forgiveness. The program also focuses on the media attention attached to the case.

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aired 258 days ago
With Chief Justice of the Supreme Court William Rehnquist presiding, all 100 U.S. Senators become jurors for the first impeachment trial of a U.S. president since 1868; the Senate votes to acquit President Bill Clinton on Feb. 12, 1999.
aired 258 days ago
The House of Representatives starts an official impeachment inquiry related to charges of perjury and obstruction of justice; after intense partisan debate, on Dec. 20, 1998, for the first time since 1868, the House impeaches the president.
aired 265 days ago
The scandal has burst into public view and Washington is the center of a media frenzy; though he has publicly denied having sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky, the President testifies before the grand jury and admits his wrongdoing.
aired 272 days ago
The frantic 10 days leading up to President Clinton's deposition in the Paula Jones case; Ken Starr's team is in a race against time to get Monica Lewinsky to talk before the president's deposition.
aired 279 days ago
Three different legal problems arise for President Clinton, including the Paula Jones ordeal, Independent Counsel Ken Starr gets his first convictions related to the Whitewater matter, and Monica Lewinsky reveals her relationship with the President.
aired 286 days ago
Paula Jones goes from a brief mention buried within a conservative magazine article to a high-stakes case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court; the first lady finds herself increasingly in the spotlight.
aired 293 days ago
Chronicling Bill Clinton's rise to power in Arkansas and introducing the people and scandals that would go on to follow him to Washington after the 1992 election, creating non-stop distraction and controversy.

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