Published: Wed, June 06, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

Bill Clinton Universally Panned Over Lewinsky Apology Dodge

Bill Clinton Universally Panned Over Lewinsky Apology Dodge

And I've tried to do a good job since them with my life and with my work. And I bet you don't even know them.

"I don't think it would be an issue, because people would be using the facts instead of the imagined facts", the former President said. "I defended the Constitution", he said.

At the same time, the former Democratic president claimed credit for empowering women in his orbit and disputed that he might owe Lewinsky a private apology, insisting his public televised apology was adequate.

Lewinsky's narrative of her affair with Clinton has found resonance in the age of Trump, mostly through media. "That's very different. The apology was public", he added.

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Clinton appeared on the Today show with novelist James Patterson, his co-author on a new thriller titled, The President is Missing.

The affair led to Mr Clinton being impeached by the House of Representatives in 1999.

It's not surprising that questions about Clinton's past are dominating headlines about the book, given Lewinsky's Vanity Fair pieces and the reconsiderations that have been brought about by #MeToo.

The 42nd president got into an awkward exchange with NBC's Craig Melvin over his impeachment scandal and handling of it when seen through a #MeToo supporter's eyes.

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When asked if he would have resigned over the affair, Clinton said he wouldn't.

Former US president Bill Clinton celebrated the #MeToo movement in a new interview but said that it would have done little to change his response to the scandal that prompted his impeachment.

Clinton's comments come amid a national reckoning with sexual harassment and assault in the workplace. But it wasn't just this fact that made the former president uncomfortable during an interview with the Today show.

"No, I felt awful then", Clinton said.

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Clinton broached the subject with a wry smile, saying that he thought current comparisons were being stoked by Republicans in reaction to sexual allegations against President Donald Trump. What's more, McAuliffe co-chaired Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign. Most people supported Monica, especially in the midst of the #MeToo movement, but some criticized her for insinuating that she didn't have her own agency to make decisions. "I left the White house $16 million in debt", he said. And I would have loved to have asked him, you know, what are your questions about the Me Too movement? "And yet I don't believe I would have felt so isolated had it all happened today", she writes. He hadn't apologized to her directly. "That's all I have to say".

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