Let us then move to the definition that was provided you during your deposition. We will have that marked as Grand Jury Exhibit WJC-2. . . .
[Definition of Sexual Relations] For the purposes of this deposition, a person engages in “sexual relations” when the person knowingly engages in or causes—(1) contact with the genitalia, anus, groin, breast, inner thigh, or but- tocks of any person with an intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of any person; (2) contact between any part of the person’s body or an object and the genitals or anus of another person; or (3) contact between the geni- tals or anus of the person and any part of another person’s body. “Contact” means intentional touching, either directly or through clothing.
. . . I’m sure you remember from the deposition that paragraph (1) of the definition remained in effect. Judge Wright ruled that that was to be the guiding definition, and that paragraphs (2) and (3) were stricken. . . . I suppose, since you have now read portions of the transcript again, that you were reminded that you did not ask for any clarification of the terms. Is that correct? Of the definition?
A: No, sir. I thought it was . . . a rather strange definition. But it was the one the Judge decided on and I was bound by it. So, I took it. . . . And you remember that Ms. Lewinsky’s affidavit said that she had had no sexual relationship with you. Do you remember that?