Ken Starr

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Ken Starr (born July 21, 1946) is a U.S. lawyer, a former federal U.S. Court of Appeals Judge and a Solicitor General. He was Independent Counsel (which was a special office that investigated government officials) while Bill Clinton was the President of the United States.

Starr filed the Starr Report, which accused President Clinton of lying in court about having an affair with an intern at the White House.

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