Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky will forever be linked because of the scandal that nearly destroyed his Presidency.
20 years later, the questions still have not died down.
And all hell broke loose when Lewinsky was asked one thing about Bill Clinton.
Lewinsky was at an event in Jerusalem where a local reporter was going to conduct a question and answer session before a live audience.
The journalist asked Lewinsky about Bill Clinton saying he did not believe he owed Lewinsky a personal apology.
That did not go over well with Lewinsky.
She got up and walked off stage and ended the event.
The Hill reports:
Monica Lewinsky ended a live discussion and walked off stage at an event in Jerusalem on Monday night after being asked a question involving former President Clinton.
The former White House intern sat for the start of a discussion at the Jerusalem Convention Center when Channel 2 news anchor Yonit Levi brought up Clinton’s comments from June when he said he didn’t believe he owed Lewinsky, with whom he had a sexual relationship during his presidency, an apology.
“Do you still expect that apology? A personal apology?” Levi asked Lewinsky on Monday.
“I’m sorry, I’m not going to be able to do this,” Lewinsky responded, before putting down her microphone and walking off stage.
Lewinsky claimed they had an agreement not to talk about the affair with Clinton and that she was misled.
The Hill also reports:
“When she asked me it on stage, with blatant disregard for our agreement, it became clear to me I had been misled,” Lewinsky said. “I left because it is more important than ever for women to stand up for themselves and not allow others to control their narrative.”
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