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Trailers drop for FX’s ‘Impeachment’ collection about Clinton-Lewinsky affair

A brand new trailer dropped Friday for the soon-to-premiere “Impeachment: American Crime Story” collection on FX.

The one-minute, 46-second clip opens with Linda Tripp (Sarah Paulson) telling Monica Lewinsky (Beanie Feldstein) she is a “knockout” and should be relationship somebody “essential” in Washington, D.C. 

Lewinsky smiles, blushing. 

“Um…,” she says. 

Tripp then hits “report” on the notorious tapes after revealing she has discovered herself in “possession of some very delicate data” – however is suggested she may have extra proof. 


Fast pictures of the unfolding scandal crescendo till Lewinsky solutions a ringing cellphone, greeting then-President Clinton (Clive Owen) with “Hello, good-looking.”

A earlier trailer launched every week in the past confirmed a White Home staffer asking the brand new interns to “please be skilled” and Tripp shocked as she watches the president on TV declare that he “didn’t have sexual relations with that girl.”  

The present is the third iteration of FX’s “American Crime Story” collection, following “The Individuals v. O.J. Simpson” and “The Assassination of Gianni Versace.” 

The restricted collection overlaying the scandal and ensuing impeachment that rocked Clinton’s presidency premieres Sept. 7. 

Then-President Bill Clinton addresses reporters Jan. 26, 1998, regarding allegations of an affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky. (Getty Images)

Then-President Invoice Clinton addresses reporters Jan. 26, 1998, concerning allegations of an affair with former White Home intern Monica Lewinsky. (Getty Photos)

Clinton was impeached in 1998 on perjury prices and acquitted in 1999. 

The collection is reportedly based mostly on Jeffrey Toobin’s ebook A Huge Conspiracy: The Actual Story of the Intercourse Scandal That Almost Introduced Down a President.”


Lewinsky was additionally a producer on the present. Feldstein informed Leisure Weekly the anti-bullying activist was consulted on “each phrase” and “each script web page.”


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