"There are no permanent victories and defeats in politics, and if you think about it, we are repeatedly called upon in new and different circumstances to refight battles with our oldest demons which lurk inside all our hearts," Mr. Clinton said.
"This is a partisan coup d'etat that will go down in infamy in the history of our nation," he said in the House debate of the articles of impeachment in 1998. "Mr. Speaker, this is clearly a partisan railroad job."
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