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Bill Clinton Loses Cool After Being Asked About Lewinsky Scandal

The former president called the investigation "unfair," and he still hasn't apologized to Monica Lewinsky.

By NTK Staff | 06.04.2018 @8:45am

Former President Bill Clinton appeared uncomfortable as NBC reporter Craig Melvin confronted him with the legacy of the Monica Lewinksy scandal, in an appearance on the “Today” show that aired Monday.

“Nobody believes I got out of that for free,” Clinton claimed. “I left the White House $16 million in debt.”

Clinton accused Melvin and the media of “omitting facts” in the case, and he touted his appointment of two women to be his chief of staff while he was governor of Arkansas.

Melvin asked Clinton if he had ever personally apologized to Monica Lewinsky, and the former president claimed that his public apology was enough.

“I have never talked to her,” he said. “But I did say publicly on more than one occasion that I was sorry.”

Clinton’s co-author, James Patterson, jumped into the conversation, saying that it “was 20 years ago.” Patterson brought up the conduct of Presidents Kennedy and Johnson.

“Do you think President Kennedy should have resigned? Do you believe President Johnson should have resigned?” Clinton asked.

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