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Lucianne Goldberg

Lucianne Steinberger Goldberg, also known as Lucianne Cummings, is an American literary agent and author. Goldberg was named as one of the ‘key players' in the 1998 impeachment of President Clinton, as it was she who controversially advised Monica Lewinsky's confidante Linda Tripp to tape Monica's phone-calls about their affair. The 20-hour recording became crucial to the Starr investigation. Goldberg claimed that her motive was purely to expose immorality in public life. She is the mother of Jonah Goldberg, who is also a right-wing polemicist.

Born Lucianne Steinberger, April 29, 1935, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Other names Lucianne Cummings
Education George Washington University, B.A. 1957
Occupation Literary agent, author
Agent Mary Yost Associates, Inc, 141 East 55th St, New York, NY 10022
Known for Clinton–Lewinsky scandal – encouraged Linda Tripp to illegally record telephone conversations
Notable work Purr, Baby, Purr (nonfiction), Hawthorne, 1970, (With Sondra Robinson) Friends in High Places (novel), Richard Marek Publishers, 1979, Madame Cleo's Girls (novel), Pocket Books (New York), 1992, People Will Talk, Pocket Books (New York), 1994.
Spouse(s) William Cummings (div.), Sidney Goldberg (m. April 10, 1966 – wid. 2005)
Children Joshua Goldberg (1967–2011), Jonah Goldberg (b. 1969)
Parent(s) Raymond Leonard and Lucy Jane (Moseley) Steinberger

About Lucianne Goldberg

Madame Cleo's Girls and Friends in High Places are two of her novels. She is credited with persuading Linda Tripp to videotape Monica Lewinsky discussing her romance with Bill Clinton. She is also a literary agent, publicist, and outspoken opponent of former US President Bill Clinton.

Lucianne Goldberg before fame

She left the Washington Post to serve on Lyndon B. Johnson's presidential campaign in 1960.

Achievement of Lucianne Goldberg

Murder in Brentwood, a book on the O.J. Simpson trial, was published thanks to her literary agency.

Lucianne Goldberg family life

With her husband, Sidney Goldberg, she had two children, Joshua and Jonah.

Associations of Lucianne Goldberg

She was one of the seven important players who nearly led to President Bill Clinton's impeachment.

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