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Former President Bill Clinton said that impeachment hearings would have begun if a Democratic president, instead of Donald Trump, were in power and the Russian Federation investigation was as far along as it is now.
screenshot/NBC NewsClinton says Lewinsky affair would not "be an issue" today.
"I like the Me Too movement", Clinton said.
Clinton then flipped the script on Melvin, and asked if he believed that former Presidents John Kennedy or Lyndon Johnson should have resigned from office over similar allegations.
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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. I have had nothing but women leaders in my office since I left. "Because I think people would forgive him if he said, 'I am so sorry and, yes, I need to call Monica ... but we still see this nagging Clintonian impulse, which again, as you said, allowed Trump supporters to say, 'Well, what about the Clintons'".
Lawmakers have drawn parallels between the Lewinsky saga and President Trump's alleged affair with porn star Stormy Daniels.
The 71-year-old former president, who is promoting a new book he co-wrote with James Patterson, said he supports the waves of women coming forward in the wake of rape and sexual assault allegations against filmmaker Harvey Weinstein.
"You have to really ignore what the context was", Clinton said. "So, I - but I just disagree with her". "That's very different. The apology was public", he said. And the American people, two-thirds of 'em, stayed with me. This was litigated 20 years ago.
About the only thing you can say about that is Clinton is delusional. "That doesn't mean I agree with everything.some of the decisions that have been made". "He was the most powerful man on the planet".