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Indeed, Newt Gingrich recently appeared on Fox News' "Hannity" show to talk about how today's impeachment circus is being handled in precisely "the opposite" way impeachment was handled when House Republicans investigated Bill Clinton in 1998. At that time, Gingrich was House Speaker and Rep. Jim Rogan was a freshman member of the House Judiciary Committee chosen to help lead the prosecution. As Gingrich told Hannity, anybody "who really wants to see the truth" about how fair and bipartisan was the Clinton impeachment, compared to the wildly irresponsible, dishonest and utterly partisan impeachment "inquiry" of Donald Trump, can read the detailed, documented account Rogan wrote in "Catching Our Flag," published by WND Books.
Gingrich, who wrote the book's "Foreword," explained to Hannity's audience that the Clinton impeachment proceedings "were so bipartisan" that he held a joint press conference with Democratic House Minority Leader Dick Gephardt to announce they were going to print the entire Starr report so the American people could see it. No secret tribunals. No kangaroo courts. No mysterious, unnamed "whistleblowers."
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From his first day on the House Judiciary Committee, Rogan knew if the Lewinsky scandal ever led to impeachment proceedings, future accounts would suffer from faulty memories or faulty motives. To combat the threat of factual or historical error, Rogan kept copious notes during every significant meeting relating to impeachment from his first day on the committee. He did this so there would be a complete and accurate historical chronicle – the best evidence – of what really happened behind the scenes in the unfolding drama. This historically important archive is unmatched in its thoroughness and integrity. And it provides a stark contrast with today's impeachment mania.
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