Thursday, August 20, 1998 Published at 03:13 GMT 04:13 UK
Presidential DNA 'under the microscope'
Bill and Hillary Clinton on walkabout in Martha's Vineyard
One of our correspondents in Washington, Bridget Kendall, says an open battle is developing between the president and prosecutor with Mr Starr insisting on his right to find out the whole truth while Mr Clinton is insisting on keeping some things private.
Earlier this month, the FBI confirmed it was testing one of Miss Lewinsky's dresses. She is thought to have told Mr Starr's team they would find stains on the dress which would prove she had had an 18-month affair with the president.
There has been no official confirmation, but one White House spokesman did not deny it.
Lewinsky called back
Miss Lewinsky, whose testimony formed the backbone of Mr Starr's case against the president, is to appear before the grand jury again on Thursday.
Commentators say her recall suggests Mr Starr's team has questions arising from the president's testimony.
In his evidence, Mr Clinton admitted for the first time he had a relationship with Miss Lewinsky.
Press on with agenda
White House spokesman Mike McCurry said Mr Clinton plans to press ahead with his political agenda during the last two years of his term.
Several senior Republican leaders have called for Mr Clinton to step down after he admitted he had "misled" people, including Congress and the First Lady, Hillary Clinton.
Some Democrats have also called for him to go.
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