Rose McGowan Shreds Bill Clinton for Refusing to Apologize to Monica Lewinsky

Rose McGowan Shreds Bill Clinton for Refusing to Apologize to Monica Lewinsky

This photo of former White House intern Monica Lewinsky with President Bill Clinton was submitted as evidence in documents by the Starr investigation and released by the House Judiciary committee in 1998. And I tried to do a good job since then with my life and with my work. "Two-thirds of the American people sided with me and they were not insensitive to that". Asked on CBS Sunday Morning whether he agreed with New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand who has publicly stated that he should have resigned, Clinton said he believed impeachment would never have removed him from office.

"I think I did the right thing, I defended the constitution". "I do not - I have never talked to her". One commentator on the panel said the remarks were the end of Clinton's public life.

"That's very different. The apology is public".

The former USA president says he "got hot under the collar" during an interview on the "Today" show Monday with correspondent Craig Melvin, who brought up the controversial affair. The scandal led to his impeachment trial, which resulted in him being acquitted.

In 2018, Ms Lewinsky discussed the movement in a Vanity Fair essay.

Melvin chose to bring up the #MeToo movement that has gained traction in the recent months following the explosive admissions and allegations aimed squarely at Harvey Weinstein.

Brzezinski said the former president's evasions created an environment where the current president's supporters can excuse anything by suggesting Clinton had gotten away with similar abuses.

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Melvin then pressed Clinton on whether "looking back on what happened then, through the lens of Me Too now", he now felt more responsibility.

But Clinton, who has been accused of sexual assault and harassment on multiple occasions by numerous women since he was first elected governor of Arkansas in 1978, faces an increasingly negative spotlight in the #MeToo era. And then of course, he starts to talk about, well, the rules have changed, but the facts haven't, which I thought was an interesting response.

Clinton: No, I felt awful then, and I came to grips with it.

"I left the White House $16 million in debt".

Clinton challenged Melvin on how he was phrasing his questions and said the facts had been "distorted" following the many accusations made by women against current President Donald Trump.

Melvin: Did you ever apologize to her? "All he needed to say in the interview is 'I am profoundly and deeply sorry'". "Someone should ask you these questions, because of the way you formulate the questions". And he even says at one point, I think it's overdue.

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