Christopher Hitchens | Criticism

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SOURCE: Hitchens, Christopher, and Michael Rust. “Clinton's Lies Stopped at Hitchens' Door.” Insight on the News (28 June 1999): 21.

In the following interview, Hitchens discusses the war in Bosnia, his socialist perspective, and his opinions on President Bill Clinton,

This self-proclaimed limn of the left, who studied at Oxford while Bill Clinton was there, saw the handwriting on the wall concerning the future chief executive as early as 1992.

Earlier this year, journalist and author Christopher Hitchens got caught up in the final throes of the Senate impeachment trial of President Clinton when he signed an affidavit attesting that Sidney Blumenthal, his longtime friend and Clinton acolyte, had spread the lie on behalf of the president that former intern Monica Lewinsky was a “stalker.”

When approached by House of Representatives investigators, Hitchens did not follow the lead of the occupant of the Oval Office. Instead of dissembling or overtly lying, Hitchens...

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