Ken Starr sat down with Brian Kilmeade to discuss his new book "Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation" which details his investigation into the Clinton administration from 1994 to 1998. Starr talked about "drawing the short straw" when tasked to lead the investigation into the Whitewater land deal and the other aspects of the investigation that popped up like Vince Foster's suicide, Travelgate and Monica Lewinsky's affair with President Clinton. Starr explained the differences between President Bill Clinton, who he described as a "charmer" who "bobbed and weaved" but was always pleasant as he avoided answering questions in his deposition while Hillary Clinton was "ice cold" while repeatedly saying 'I don't recall' or 'I don't remember,' during her deposition. Starr said he did consider seeking an indictment against Hillary Clinton for perjury and eventually decided against it even though he believes she was lying when testifying about the suicide of former White House advisor Vince Foster.

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