Clinton: I Haven't Apologized Personally to Lewinsky
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NBC reporter Craig Melvin asked Clinton if he ever apologized to Lewinsky, which led Clinton to become defensive and talk about how he paid a steep cost for his actions. "They liked him. And they liked having the first African-American president, and he was a good president I think".
Lewinsky's narrative of her affair with Clinton has found resonance in the age of Trump, mostly through media.
"They did treat him [Obama] differently than other Democrats and Republicans", Mr. Clinton said in an interview on "CBS This Morning". I did say, publicly, on more than just one occasion, that I was sorry.
When pressed by Melvin, Clinton played whataboutism by pointing to sexual misconduct allegations against President Trump.
Paula Jones, a former Arkansas state employee, filed a sexual harassment suit against Clinton in 1994 accusing him of exposing himself to her in a hotel room while he was governor in 1991.
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Following the interview, Lewinsky spoke out on Twitter, sharing her Vanity Fair essay and writing that she was "grateful to the myriad people who have helped me evolve + gain perspective in the past 20 years". Those calls have not gone very far when it comes to the actual process of impeachment, but it is obvious that the Democratic Party would like to remove Trump from the White House if possible. "I defended the constitution".
"I don't think there is a fancy way to say that I have sinned".
"And nobody believes that I got out of that for free".
"It's 20 years ago".
Of course, numerous allegations against Weinstein, against other Hollywood and media men, and against Trump are descriptions of incidents that happened one, two, or even more decades ago. They knew there was nothing impeachable. "He was 27 years my senior, with enough life experience to know better", Lewinsky wrote.