It's hard to believe it's been nearly 20 years since I traveled with then-First Lady Hillary Clinton to Bosnia.
The trip in 1996 would later become grist for the political mill when presidential candidate Clinton claimed--in 2008--that we had dodged sniper fire on that trip.
I not only had a different memory, but I still had the video from the event and it clearly showed no snipers. In fact, there were children on the runway in Bosnia to greet Clinton. Sheryl Crow was on the trip with us, as was comedian Sinbad (to entertain the US troops). Sinbad, too, pointed out he didn't recall sniper fire.
CBS News assigned me to do the story on Clinton's mistaken memory. When she doubled down the next day, we followed up with a second day story.
Some analysts said it was the final nail in the coffin that caused her to drop out of the race in 2008, clearing the path for Barack Obama to take the nomination for Democrats. Clinton never fully explained whether she knew she wasn't telling the truth, or whether she actually somehow believed her own concocted story. She simply explained that she'd been overtired.