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Lieberman Rebukes Clinton
In a somber speech on the Senate floor, Sen. Joseph Lieberman D-Conn. shown in this image from television, said Thursday, Sept. 3, 1998 that President Clinton's behavior with Monica Lewinsky was ``immoral and it is harmful'' and Clinton deserves public rebuke. ``In this case, the president apparently had extramarital relations with an employee half his age and did so in the workplace in the vicinity of the Oval Office,'' Lieberman said. Lieberman thus became the first member of either party since Clinton's grand jury testimony last month to use the Senate floor to address the issue.