NEW YORK, NY - MAY 09: Former President of the United States Bill Clinton speaks onstage during the Fifth Annual Town & Country Philanthropy Summit on May 9, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Town & Country)
Bill Clinton says he doesn’t owe Monica Lewinsky an apology.
The former President got kinda testy while talking to NBC — with author James Patterson to promote a book they co-authored. Clinton was asked about Monica and the #MeToo movement, and said he’d already apologized to the former White House intern, but never in person.
Watch, it starts around the 3-minute mark.
Clinton straight-up said he wouldn’t have done anything differently in how he approached the Lewinsky scandal had the #MeToo movement existed back then. He also referred to “gaping facts” missing from the story — including being $16 million in debt when he left office.
Clinton defended his decision to remain in office and took a jab at Trump. What’s more … Clinton tried to justify the manner in which he apologized.