“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.”
“He (Starr) was not an advocate for a particular result; he was up there to discuss his findings of fact and law. But it is for Congress to make the judgment on what to do with that evidence, not him.”
“[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.”
“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.”
“There is absolutely nothing in the contracts with AIG that precludes the Starr agencies from using whatever underwriters they wish. AIG is desperately trying to prevent C.V. Starr from competing with them.”