Monica Lewinsky made an extremely rare public statement regarding HLN’s new and forthcoming TV special called “The Monica Lewinsky Scandal.”
“Fixed it for you. You’re welcome,” and crossed out the words “The Monica Lewinsky Scandal.” She not only did that but she also replaced the phrase with “The Starr Investigation. The Clinton Impeachment.”
fixed it for you. you’re welcome. pic.twitter.com/h4iVKGwM1g
— Monica Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky) November 28, 2017
The snappy comment comes after former president Bill Clinton was put on the spot continuously for having an affair with Lewinsky in the White House, where she served as an intern from 1995 to 1996.
Democrats are pretty much convinced at this point that Lewinsky that Bill Clinton took advantage of her situation, and for that, he ought to have paid a price.
To many’s dissatisfaction, both Bill and wife Hillary Clinton repeatedly denied any allegations of an existing affair between Bill and Monica. The entire investigation exhausted America economically, costing taxpayers over $80 million.
Take a look at the trailer below:
At the time, Bill Clinton was impeached for perjury and obstruction of justice but was later absolved by Senate, which decided a hall-pass would be the right thing to do.
Just in October of this year, Lewinsky joined the sexual harassment craze on Twitter, writing the hashtag #MeToo, right after the Harvey Weinstein sex affair exploded.
Monica once dated CNN host Jake Tapper and has reportedly kept the blue dress that Bill used to find ‘his release’ during their sexual encounters.
“The Monica Lewinsky Scandal” is scheduled to air December 3 on HLN.
Sexual harassment accusations against many in Hollywood and politics have been piling up during the past month, with a handful of women even accusing Democratic Congressman John Conyers of a sexual misconduct as well.
According to one of the victims, she was paid $27,000 by Conyers to keep things hushed. Not too long ago, Conyers’ office confirmed the money used for this settlement were ‘lent’ from taxpayers’ pockets.
Conyers was hit by three other accusations from different women, all stating he was sexually explicit and asked they touched his private parts while pushing them to have sex with him.
In addition, Conyers used his power and taxpayers’ money to fly out women to his hotel room, where he insisted on sexual intimacy with them.
Twitter remained divided in opinions regarding Lewinsky’s comments.
Hey @CNN how about you stop victimizing Monica? Fix your headline. It’s post-Weinstein 2017 for fuck’s sake! Have we learned NOTHING this year?
— Cassandra_Paige (@Cassandra0Paige) November 28, 2017
she fucked a married man. she’s no victim.
— Truly Staggering (@emmajaniejones) November 28, 2017
she was like 21/22 years old. almost a child. he was the most powerful man (arguably) on the planet, who was her DIRECT BOSS. he should have known better, full stop.
— Speccy B (@hayleypdowd) November 28, 2017
You don’t get to decide that she’s a victim. The only one that gets to decide that is her. She’s repeatedly said that she’s not a victim. She has repeatedly said that the affair was consensual. It is her story that she experienced. Let her tell it. We need to believe women.
— Stacey Schweiger (@staceyschweiger) November 28, 2017
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