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Mr. SENSENBRENNER. Mr. Speaker, there are some Members in this Chamber that seem to have forgotten history. We were at war in Vietnam when the hearings on the impeachment of President Nixon occurred. That was because of the serious offenses that were alleged against President Nixon. Today we are proceeding because of the serious offenses alleged against President Clinton.
I thank the gentleman.