“Goldberg called around to friends she has, including one in Chicago who works at the same firm Ken Starr does. This person recommended Goldberg to call Jackie Bennett at the OIC. Goldberg advised that the OIC knew who this person is, and that this person is very nervous at this time.”
“Ken Starr has become a campaign manager, not an investigator. What he has done in the last several days is admitted that his effort is a political campaign, not a grand jury investigation. I believe Ken Starr ought to be investigated thoroughly.”
“[One of the issues Starr wants McDougal to testify about is a $5,000 check she wrote and marked] payoff Clinton. ... comes out it is going to be one of the most laughable things about this whole investigation.”
“You have become the bull's-eye of the target upon which several aspiring political gunslingers have fired ... Judge Starr, if one-half of the unfavorable comments leveled at you are proved, you probably should be keelhauled. I'm inclined to dismiss most of them, and as evidenced by your demeanor today, I think most of that trashing was probably just that, trashing.”
“After he started cooperating with Kenneth Starr, then guess what happens?
All of a sudden Jim McDougal says, 'Oh no, I think that they [Clinton and
McDougal] were having an affair,' and then all of a sudden Jim McDougal says, 'Well, I picked up the phone once and I heard them talking love talk,' very
similar pattern to what you have right here. The man [Starr] is obviously preoccupied with sex.”