Why did President Clinton remain president even after he was impeached? A. Fewer than two-thirds of the Senate voted for his conviction. B. He apologized for his actions before he could be removed. C. Vice President Gore was ineligible to take Clinton's place as president. D. He admitted to lying under oath.


President Clinton remained president because A, fewer than two-thirds of the Senate voted for his conviction. 

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D. He admitted to lying under oath. Im not 100% but im pretty sure

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