Bill Clinton is on a press tour for his new book and revealed that not only has he not spoken to Monica Lewinsky in the last 20 years, but he also feels that he doesn’t owe her an apology for anything.
The former President got kinda testy while talking to NBC — with author James Patterson to promote a book they co-authored. Clinton was asked about Monica and the #MeToo movement, and said he’d already apologized to the former white house intern, but never in person.
Watch, it starts around the 3-minute mark.
Clinton straight-up said he wouldn’t have done anything differently in how he approached the Lewinsky scandal had the #MeToo movement existed back then. He also referred to “gaping facts” missing from the story — including being $16 million in debt when he left office.
Clinton defended his decision to remain in office and took a jab at Trump. What’s more … Clinton tried to justify the manner in which he apologized.
Check out the clip below. Do you think Bill owes Monica any sort of apology?
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