Leon Neyfakh

host of the Slate podcast “Slow Burn”

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Leon Neyfakh on KCRW

It’s been 20 years since the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke, and it is still reverberating today. We are still discussing the Clintons and their relationship with the truth.

The Clinton scandal in new light

It’s been 20 years since the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke, and it is still reverberating today. We are still discussing the Clintons and their relationship with the truth.

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Reports that President Trump tried to fire Robert Mueller have some people calling it the “Saturday night massacre that wasn’t.”

Looking back at the 1973 Saturday night massacre

Reports that President Trump tried to fire Robert Mueller have some people calling it the “Saturday night massacre that wasn’t.”

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