See Bill Clinton's Answers When Asked About Monica Lewinsky, 'MeToo'

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"Two-thirds of the American people sided with me".

While Clinton acknowledged that the former president received preferential treatment from the media, he said if a Democrat was in office right now, they'd be impeached over special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. "I defended the Constitution", Clinton said, before acknowledging that while he publicly apologized at the time to Lewinsky and her family, he never personally offered his contrition.

WASHINGTON (AP) - Former President Bill Clinton says the #MeToo movement is overdue.

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But despite the undeniable impact the affair had on the young woman, Mr Clinton aggressively argued he did not believe he owed her a personal apology, as he had already publicly apologised. To me, I was - I've never been more moved by an interview, and I really appreciate that Craig Melvin asked those questions and put that entire interview to a stop and stayed with it, finally.

One of the most inflammatory things Clinton said was about the Me Too movement itself. "That's very different. The apology was public", he added. The news of the affair first broke in January 1998, and the resulting scandal led to Clinton's impeachment by the House of Representatives in December 1998 for perjury and obstruction of justice. During the 2012 election, he was credited with boosting President Barack Obama's campaign with a lengthy, but detailed, nominating speech at the Democratic National Convention that laid out why the President should be reelected. "He was 27 years my senior, with enough life experience to know better".

When asked whether he'd apologized to Lewinsky, Clinton said he "apologized to everyone in the world".

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Bill Clinton spoke openly about the Monica Lewinsky scandal during a Today Show interview on Monday, June 4, and revealed that he wouldn't have done anything differently even in the wake of the #MeToo movement.

Clinton tried to deflect the conversation by bringing up Donald Trump's many sexual assault and harassment accusations, but Clinton himself was also accused by multiple women of assault and harassment.

When Melvin questioned whether he feels he owes Lewinsky an apology, Clinton said, "No, I do not". He said that President Trump's sexual misconduct allegations have not "gotten anything like the coverage you would expect".

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"Nobody believes I got out of that for free", Clinton said. Clinton also said that he paid dearly for the scandal, stating he faced millions in debt after he left the White House. "That you still have Juanita Broaddrick suffering what she went through. All he needed to say in the interview is 'I am profoundly and deeply sorry'".

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