A woman who accused then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton of rape expressed her outrage over the former president's recent comments during an NBC interview. "But you typically have ignored gaping facts in describing this".
Bill Clinton did not appear pleased by questions about his 1990s affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky during his current book tour promoting a new mystery novel he penned with best-selling author James Patterson. He went on to say that he supports the #MeToo movement, but he stood by his comments about how a personal apology to Lewinsky is unnecessary because his public address was honest all those years ago. "First point is, I did". "Its way overdue. It doesnt mean I agree with everything". So I did that.
"If the facts were the same today, I wouldn't", Clinton told NBC New's "Today" correspondent Craig Melvin when asked if he would have approached the accusations against him any differently today". "So I did that.I live with it all the time".
"Beyond that, I think it would be good if we could go on with the discussion", Clinton added.
Clinton said he "did the right thing" by refusing to resign because of the Lewinsky scandal.
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"Nobody believes that I got out of that for free", he said. "I defended the Constitution", he said.
Earlier this year, Lewinsky wrote in an essay that the #MeToo movement had caused her to reexamine her relationship with Clinton through a new lens, and she concluded that the affair constituted a "gross abuse of power" on Clinton's part.
"I now see how problematic it was that the two of us even got to a place where there was a question of consent", she wrote.
He said that he does not owe Lewinsky a personal apology and that he left the White House $16 million in debt due to the scandal.
When asked whether he has apologized to Lewinsky, Clinton said no. "I'm going to continue to put my faith in our candidates because they are incredible and they have important stories to tell as we work to restore checks and balances and earn back the trust of the American people". "He thinks he's still somehow a victim and in no world was it ever appropriate for the president of the United States to be having sex under his desk with a 20-year-0ld". "And I have always tried to support it in the decisions and policies that I've advanced".