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Clintons sought counseling

June 8, 2003 at 9:17 AM   |   Comments

NEW YORK, June 8 (UPI) -- Hillary Rodham Clinton reveals in her book "Living History" that she and former President Bill Clinton spent a lot of time in counseling.

Clinton told TIME magazine that the counseling began after August 1998 when the president admitted to her that he had had relations with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Sen. Clinton, (D-NY), told TIME she would not go into details because, "it's the kind of thing that doesn't work if you start unraveling it."

In a Q&A session, the New York senator told TIME, "I can certainly forgive Ken Starr as a person, but I don't think any of us should forget the misuse of the legal system and the subversion of the Constitution that he was part of, because those are lessons we need to learn."

Regarding the Bush Administration and the Republican Party, Clinton said many of their policies are quite radical and that they are attempting to dismantle the federal government.

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