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    White House Daily Briefing

    In his final press briefing, Mr. Siewert issued a statement by President Clinton in which he outlined a deal made with the independent counsel in order to avoid disbarment proceedings. In the agreement the president agreed to give up his law licensee for five years and pay a fine. Following his remarks he answered questions from the reporters. At the end of the briefing he offered a tongue-in-cheek schedule for the president’s first week out of office.

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    Flowers v. Carville

    Oral arguments were heard before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in the case Flowers v. Carville. The case brought by Gennifer Flowers charges James Carville, George
    Stephanopoulos and Little, Brown & Company with defamation and false light. These charges stem from statements published on CNN’s “Larry King Live”
    program in January and February of 1998 and statements in a book authored by
    Stephanopoulos. Former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton is also named in
    the defamation lawsuit. The lower court dismissed the defamation lawsuit
    (filed on Flowers behalf by Judicial Watch) in November 2000, because the
    U.S. District Court in Las Vegas, Nevada ruled the case had passed the
    statute of limitations. The complaint is seeking monetary damages from the
    defendants and costs of attorney’s fees.