The Impeachment Of President Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton became the second president to be impeached when the House of Representatives passed two articles of impeachment in December 1998.

A Senate trial took place in January and February, 1999. Clinton was acquitted of both charges. He remained in office until the expiration of his term on January 20, 2001.

Chronology of Events

The yearly links shown below provide a detailed chronology of events and links to speeches, statements and other contemporaneous material.


Paula Jones

The Starr Report


Trial Verdict Statements By Senators

  • Trial Verdict Statements by Senators – the Senate deliberations were held in camera and were not broadcast, but senators were allowed to enter their remarks into the official record.

Independent Counsel Robert Ray’s Final Report

Archived Media Coverage

Archived Posts

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