Wednesday, 21 August, 2019

Bill Clinton Says He Never Apologized to Monica Lewinsky in Person

The Clinton family has slowly been returning to public life after Hillary Clinton's loss in 2016 The Clinton family has slowly been returning to public life after Hillary Clinton's loss in 2016
Adrian Cunningham | 04 June, 2018, 23:29

There was also controversy recently when Lewinsky was invited to a Town & Country magazine event - then was promptly uninvited as the former president joined the line-up.

But it's his time in the Oval Office - specifically his affair with Lewinsky - that is drawing scrutiny. Clinton asked. "Do you believe President Johnson should've resigned?" In an interview with CBS Sunday Morning, Clinton made some very bold statements about Trump and the impeachment process.

Fast forward 20 years to Monday's "Today" show.

But not bad enough to have ever issued a personal apology to Lewinsky, who in a recent Vanity Fair essay called their affair a "gross abuse of power" on Clinton's part. "That you still have Juanita Broaddrick suffering what she went through".

"I don't think it would be an issue", Clinton said.

"This was litigated 20 years ago", he continued. They were not insensitive of that.

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Trump, too, has been accused of an array of sexual misconduct by at least 19 different women, ranging from unwanted kissing and groping to sexual assault and harassment. Women were over-represented in the attorney general's office in the '70s.

"You are giving one side, and omitting facts", he said. Some defended the former president, while others were disappointed with his response. The two can be mutually exclusive. For years, she insisted their affair was purely consensual. "And I've tried to do a good job since then with my life and with my work". "It's nobody's business but ours".

Donald Trump is one of the most unpopular men in the United States of America today, or at least one of the most talked about.

Today's completely unexpected smile comes to us courtesy of the New York Times, of all places.

"The news media's obsession with sex qua sex is offensive to some, titillating to many and beside the point to nearly everybody", Steinem argued at the time. Instead, the road that led there was littered with inappropriate abuse of authority and privilege, ' she added. The former politician and best-selling author sat down with Craig Melvin, who began to cycle through some salient topics regarding his two famous interviewees.