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Video || Bill Clinton Does Not Like Being Asked About a Certain Something

In an interview on the Today show Monday, Bill Clinton got testy and said he did not owe Monica Lewinsky a private apology, arguing that he had apologized publicly 20 years ago.

By Monday night, he realized that this wasn’t too cool in the #MeToo era. “I meant it then and I meant it now. I apologize to my family, to Monica Lewinsky and her family, and the American people,” he said.

Clinton has even tried to suggest that he’s down with the #MeToo movement, which is a little like John Gotti saying it’s time to do something serious about organized crime.

Anyway, Bill was a bad boy, many times. He has even credibly been accused of rape. And he has to pay for just a tiny bit. And of course, he doesn’t like it.

Overall, the guy is doing great. But the inconvenience of the payback for having oral sex in the Oval Office with an intern still is very annoying for him.

H/T Washington Free Beacon.

6 Responses to Video || Bill Clinton Does Not Like Being Asked About a Certain Something

  1. There are a lot of Clinton “victims” in his background, but MsLewinsky isn’t one of them.
    She knew what she was doing and why she was doing it.
    Her goal was to blackmail the POTUS for a serious breach of, well, everything in order to get a cushy job somewhere.
    Hence, the dirty dress.

    Bubba is old news, really old. For the most part, what he did and who he did it with was something between him and his wife. Not us.
    The accusations of men for prior sexual aggressions has just about run it’s course. Ruining men for actions that are not criminal, only piggish, is not a good thing for anyone.

  2. So, so, so sick of hearing the Clinton’s make excuses for their crappy and criminal behavior.
    Go already, your time has come and gone. You keep playing the same old video and people are just not interested anymore.