Starr accused Clinton of 11 impeachable offenses, including lying under oath, tampering with witnesses, obstructing justice and abusing his presidential power.
Lott said on Fox's Sunday news show that he believed lying under oath would be an impeachable offense.
White House Counsel Charles Ruff, appearing on NBC's ``Meet the Press,'' countered that Clinton should not be impeached even if Congress and the country conclude that Clinton lied under oath.
Stewart writes that Starr is unlikely to move against Clinton based on Jim McDougal's word alone and that Susan McDougal remains adamant in her refusal to testify under oath
about whether Clinton knew about the $300,000 loan.