Ken Starr said Sunday on "Life Liberty & Levin" that the media's treatment of him was completely different than the current coverage of Special Counsel Bob Mueller's Russia investigation.

The former solicitor general famously led the investigation into the Whitewater-Lewinsky scandal in the late 1990s, which ultimately led to impeachment proceedings against President Bill Clinton. 

Levin noted that the media and paparazzi were constantly in front of Starr's Virginia home, but no reporter has even spoken to Mueller since he started his investigation in spring of 2017. 

"I don't even know what Robert Mueller's voice sounds like," Levin said of the dichotomy between the press' demands of the current prosecutor.

Starr said the difference in treatment is "night and day."

"The press knew where I lived and they camped out," he said.


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Starr said it was "very nice" of the press not to intrude on Mueller's private life.

"There has to be a treaty of peace [that] we're going to leave him alone," Starr said of the media and Mueller, who served as FBI director under George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

Levin remarked, "they like him. They didn't like you."

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