During the 1998 White House Prayer Breakfast, President Bill Clinton delivered a “sincere” apology after he claimed he was criticized for not being “contrite” enough in his original apology for having an affair in the White House with Monica Lewinsky, a 22-year old intern, whose life he ruined.
President Bill Clinton was eventually impeached for lying to a Grand Jury about his affair. His wife, Hillary, the perpetual victim stood by his side throughout the ordeal, careful not to lose the dynamic liar in chief over fears that it could damage her ultimate goal of becoming the first female President of the United States.
Yesterday, the former president and accused rapist, Bill Clinton was interviewed by NBC News’ Craig Melvin, where he was asked about the #MeToo movement. Melvin asked if he was president now, in 2018, if he would have handled the Lewinsky accusations differently? Bill Clinton repsonded, “Well, I don’ think it have been an issue because people would be using the facts instead of the imagined facts.” The former president arrogantly continued, trying to convince the host that it was all a lie, saying, “A lot of the facts have been conveniently omitted, to make the story work.” Clinton continued, “I think I did the right thing. I defended the Constitution”. Say what?
Speaking of “conveniently”, the NBC host and Bill “conveniently” switched the conversation to President Trump, as Bill attempted to bemoan the media’s treatment of him, saying Trump’s alleged affairs (before he was president) don’t get enough media coverage. When the NBC News host explained to Bill Clinton that he ruined Monica’s life, that “nobody believes I got out of that free.” He then went on to beomoan that he left the White House $16 million in debt.
Bill also admitted that he never apologized personally to her, and that he does not feel as though he owed her a private apology.
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