GET TO KNOW YOUR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: In 1992, Bill Clinton Conceded Marital 'Wrongdoing' and Hillary stood beside his lies ----------------------------------------------- Jan. 26, 1992 In a gamble to shield his presidential candidacy from allegations of marital infidelity, then-Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton went on TV on Jan. 26, 1992 to deny allegations by Gennifer Flowers, an Arkansas state employee and part-time cabaret singer, that the two had engaged in a 12-year affair.
William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton (born William Jefferson Blythe III, August is an American politician who served from 1993 to 2001 as the President of the United States. Inaugurated at age he was the third-youngest president.
William Jefferson Clinton was impeached on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice today by a divided House of Representatives, which recommended virtually along party lines that the Senate remove the nation's President from office.
In Clinton was impeached by the House of Representatives for perjury before a grand jury and obstruction of justice during a lawsuit against him, both related to a scandal involving White House (and later Department of Defense) employee Monica Lewinsky.
Anonymous phone calls, fears of stalking and veiled threats: How power-hungry Hillary torpedoed the torrid affair between Bill Clinton and campaign worker that threatened to destroy her master plan to become president
In the late President Clinton was accused of having an affair with Monica Lewinsky. He publicly denied the affair in a famously quoted speech. He later admitted to the scandal and was impeached. He kept his presidency however.