Synopses & Reviews
This "New York Times" bestselling account of the failed impeachment includes never-before released evidence. Schippers names names on both sides of the story to give a more accurate picture.
David Schippers names names on both sides of the aisle, so that the voters can hold accountable their elected representatives who put partisanship or political deal making above the law.
The Chief Investigative Counsel for the House Judiciary Committee uncovers the dishonesty and hypocrisy of Republicans, Democrats, and President Clinton as each side fought to protect themselves during the President's impeachment trial.
One of the driving, behind-the-scenes figures in the Clinton impeachment trial was David Schippers, a Chicago prosecutor who made his name by prosecuting mobsters in the 1960s.