This is the former home of New Jersey native Linda Tripp, who secretly audio recorded her phone calls with Monica Lewinsky from this Maryland home.

Many don’t know that Tripp was born in New Jersey. Linda Tripp died on November 8, 2020.

On December 19, 1998, United States President Bill Clinton was impeached by The House of Representatives … on two charges, related to his extra martial affair with Monica Lewinsky.

The house pictured above is where Tripp secretly audio taped her telephone conversations with Lewinsky.

By today’s “Me Too” standard, etc., Clinton most likely would not have survived such a scandal in this more accountable era.

Maryland, (like New Jersey) is a one person consent state for audio recording telephone calls. This means that you can legally record a conversation without telling the person that you’re talking with … that you’re recording the conversation.

Creepy. Sneaky. But, very legal. These laws vary from state to state … where many (states) require you to obtain the permission of the person you’re speaking with, before being able to legally audio tape a telephone conversation.

The Linda Tripp audiotapes are what brought Clinton to the brink of becoming the first President of The United States to be both impeached and removed from office.

Former President Andrew Johnson was impeached in 1868 because he fired Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton. He replaced Stanton with future President Ulysses S. Grant.

Johnson survived being removed from the office of President by only 1 vote in his United States Senate trial.

Clinton was the first impeached President since Johnson. Clinton survived removal in The United States Senate by a wide margin, as you need 2/3 super majority for removal.

This makes the former Tripp home steep in significance and history, because it served as the headquarters of the person who almost toppled the sitting American President from the most powerful office on planet Earth.

Linda Tripp's former Howard County home where she recorded calls with Monica Lewinsky recently sold for $523,000.

The 6258 Cricket Pass home in Hickory Ridge, Columbia, Maryland has four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a formal dining room, powder room, private family suite, and more, according to the Zillow listing here. It sold in September 2021.

The circumstances surrounding what Linda Tripp did from this home makes it a substantial landmark in American political - presidential history.

Tripp, a whistleblower, lived in the house from 1983 until 2000, when she declared that endless media attention drove her to leave the home.

Without question, the audio recordings that Tripp made from inside this home were key in the Clinton impeachment trial.

The New York Post has written an interesting article on this subject, Click here for more from the New York Post.

Great photo galleries from my colleagues Joe Kelly and Coleman immediately follow this article.

SOURCE: Zillow.com, New York Post.

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