Liar, Liar: Public Figures Whose Secrets Were Exposed
It was a scandal that rocked the nation — sex, lies, adultery and the president. President Bill Clinton started an affair in November 1995 with Monica Lewinsky, a White House intern. The affair was exposed and Clinton denied it. But evidence and testimony led to his January 1999 impeachment, the nation’s first since Andrew Jackson in 1868. He was acquitted of all charges on Feb. 12, 1999.