The Clintons Sing the Blue Dress Blues: Monica Lewinsky, Vince Foster, and other Hits from the 90s
Yeah No Yeah
***NOTE*** Molly says "Watergate" almost this entire episode, but we promise you she meant to say Whitewater. In fact, she mostly says "Wuddergate," and she would like to apologize for being from Maryland. If you didn't follow the Clinton scandals because you were busy bopping to the Spice Girls, we've got you. We're covering the most infamous Clinton White House scandals, as well as a few that we bet you haven't heard — Monica Lewinsky is just the beginning. "A vast, right wing conspiracy" has us in over our heads we discuss Travelgate, Filegate, and the plot to make Vince Foster's tragic death look like a professional hit. Listen up, cause we've got the ammo you need when your dad tells you he was holding his gun in the wrong hand. Please be aware that this episode contains many triggers and here are your warnings: Bill Clinton, Brett Kavanaugh, rape, suicide, murder, pedophilia, and any other human vice you can think of.
Episode 247 - Requiem for the Suicided: Vince Foster
The Corbett Report Podcast
Who was Vince Foster? What was his relationship to Hillary Clinton at the Rose Law Firm in Arkansas? What was he working on in the Clinton White House? And what secrets did he take to his grave? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we explore the unanswered questions of the death of Vince Foster, the highest-ranking White House official to die on the job since JFK.
A Matter of Principle: Vince Foster and the Attorney-Client Privilege
Attorney James Hamilton, a 1963 graduate of Yale Law School and a partner in the firm of Bingham McCutchen LLP in Washington, D.C., discusses issues surrounding Vince Foster and the legal concept of attorney-client privilege. The talk is part of the Dean’s Program on the Profession, featuring Yale Law School graduates who have led fascinating professional careers and wish to share their experiences with current students.