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Meet the Press Minute: A president should be ‘repentant’ about ‘wrongdoing,’ says Graham in 1998


“It's one thing to go and commit a crime. It's another thing to flaunt it in front of the American people and never admit to your wrongdoing,” said then-Rep. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Meet the Press in 1998, as the House weighed whether to impeach Democratic President Bill Clinton for obstruction of justice and perjury. 

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Appearing:Chuck Todd
Tags: dc, election, government, Meet The Press, mtp, politics, washington, washington d.c.


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