SOURCE: The Guardian
Interestingly, that’s the same response Bill Clinton had.
The date was Aug. 17, 1998. President Bill Clinton testified before a grand jury. Twenty years later, people in the room and those waiting nearby share their memories.
SOURCE: The Conversation
20 years since America’s shock over Clinton-Lewinsky affair, public discussions on sexual harassment are changing
Looking back, the Clinton-Lewinsky affair heralded a sea change in political discourse by normalizing public discussion of sex acts.
by Donne Levy
This is the first presidential scandal involving a foreign government interfering with our election process and possible collusion by the man who won the election.
The idea that at some point party loyalty goes out the window and politicians become nonpartisan statesmen doesn’t hold up historically.
SOURCE: Political Wire
Pennsylvania artist Nelson Shanks told the Philadelphia Daily News that he included a reference to Monica Lewinsky in his portrait of Bill Clinton.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
According to the report, a prosecutor who confronted Lewinsky “exercised poor judgment and made mistakes in his analysis, planning and execution of the approach.”
SOURCE: The Daily Beast
Monica Lewinsky, now 41, is once again the object of prurient curiosity.
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