Bill Clinton Says He Doesn't Still Owe Monica Lewinsky an Apology

Aaron Brown
June 6, 2018

Actress and #MeToo activist Rose McGowan slammed former President Bill Clinton on Monday, tweeting that he "altered & destroyed" Monica Lewinsky's life.

Former President Bill Clinton sat for an interview with NBC's Craig Melvin on Sunday for a Today segment ostensibly about the novel he co-authored with legendary thriller writer James Patterson.

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

"I felt bad then", Clinton said cutting Melvin off.

He said that President Trump's sexual misconduct allegations have not "gotten anything like the coverage you would expect".

"The suggestion was that I never apologized for what caused all the trouble for me 20 years ago", Clinton said in NY while promoting his new book.

Broaddrick, 75, said she couldn't believe her ears when she heard Clinton's comments. Just don't ask him about Monica Lewinsky.

In the run-up to this year's midterm elections, Clinton has been virtually invisible on the campaign trail because of new scrutiny of his past treatment of women, including Lewinsky.

Former President Bill Clinton defended himself on Monday night, saying he got "hot under the collar" when he claimed he didn't owe Monica Lewinsky any apology in an earlier TV interview.

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"I did say, publicly, on more than one occasion, that I was sorry ..."

Clinton added: "The second is that I support the Me Too movement and". He then points out how the media has continually ignored "gaping facts" in the story, including his history of working with women in a variety of professional atmospheres without any foul play. "It's way overdue. It doesn't mean I agree with everything. So, I - but I just disagree with her".

It is noteworthy that McAuliffe, a prolific Democratic fundraiser, turned on Clinton in such a fashion because of his long history with the former president and his wife, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

Clinton has apologized publicly, but not privately to Lewinsky.

"It's 20 years ago".

"This was litigated 20 years ago, two-thirds of the American people sided with me".

Clinton stopped by the Today Show on NBC to discuss his new book, The President Is Missing.

Lewinsky wrote in March that their relationship "was not sexual assault" but "constituted a gross abuse of power". He was the most powerful man on the planet.

He told Rocca that if the same facts of the investigation were present when a Democrat was in office, "most people I know in Washington believe impeachment hearings would have begun already". "That you still have Juanita Broaddrick suffering what she went through. He was 27 years my senior, with enough life experience to know better". "Someone should ask you these questions, because of the way you formulate the questions".

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