When Bill Clinton victimized Monica Lewinsky, he immediately became a pariah.
Even many of his friends found it impossible to defend him.
But he just made things much worse and got slapped after saying the worst thing possible.
In a recent NBC interview, former President Bill Clinton was asked to talk about the Monica Lewinsky scandal which resulted in his impeachment.
He was asked questions about his actions, and handling of his actions in the wake of the #MeToo scandal that has led towards the destruction of multiple powerful figures, including film producer Harvey Weinstein.
Instead of realize, like many people close to him have, that if he was in the same situation in the height of the #MeToo movement’s prevalence that he would be much worse off than he was.
But Bill Clinton didn’t see it that way.
He felt that what he did was way overblown and that he doesn’t fit in the same category of people like Harvey Weinstein.
Not only did he underplay his actions, he also used it as an opportunity to attack President Donald Trump, and the now debunked sexual misconduct allegations that were thrown his way.
“A lot of the facts have been omitted to make the story work,” Clinton claimed. “I think partly because they’re frustrated that they got all these serious allegations against the current occupant of the Oval Office and his voters don’t seem to care.”
The former President then took things a step further and went on to state that he doesn’t owe an apology to Lewinsky, who he had inappropriate contact with as she was serving as a White House intern.
It was that statement that set Linda Tripp off.
Tripp was a pivotal figure in the Monica Lewinsky scandal, who documented evidence about the relationship between Clinton and Lewinski.
Tripp was in a unique position during the ordeal, having a White House office directly adjacent from then-First Lady Hillary Clinton’s second floor office.
It was her close knowledge of the scandal that set her off, stating that Bill Clinton didn’t understand that he “abused an emotionally fragile child-women, and literally damaged the trajectory of her life.”
Tripp, who spoke to Breitbart News, feels that his recent statements demonstrate that he believes that he alone paid a price while ignoring the massive amount of damage he did to Lewinsky.
Bill Clinton felt that making a public apology, which was largely expected of someone who desecrated the office of President, and then lied about it like he did, was enough for himself, and for Lewinsky.
Tripp has been a vocal critic of the Clinton family’s handling of the entire situation for years.
She called her many years around the Clinton family “disturbing on many levels.”
The way that the Clinton family, instead of admitting to wrongdoing, lied to the American people was troubling to Americans of all walks of life.
Bill Clinton can’t even today truly admit that what he did was wrong, and instead is constantly on the defense.
His reputation is already destroyed, but recent interviews prove just how wrong his actions were.
Do you think Bill Clinton should give Monika Lewinsky a personal apology? Or is it too late?
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