WASHINGTON - The showdown had been years in the making, Bill Clinton's personal lawyer confronting the lead investigator pushing for the second ever impeachment of a sitting president.
"Mr. Starr, good evening," David Kendall, the presidential attorney, said in November 1998.
"Good evening," replied Kenneth Starr, the independent counsel investigating Clinton. "How are you, David?"
"I'm very well, Ken," Kendall said.
For the next hour the two legal giants squared off in a prime-time...
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