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Madison Gesiotto, National Diversity Coalition for Trump, and Democratic strategist Al Mottur on how former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said that her husband’s affair with Monica Lewinsky was not an abuse of power.
Monica Lewinsky says she's looking for a job.
Spotlight - Decades - Reputation - Clinton - Impeachment
No longer shying away from the spotlight, two decades after her reputation was destroyed in the Clinton impeachment scandal, Lewinsky spoke to NBC's Savannah Guthrie Wednesday in an interview tied to National Bullying Prevention Month.
Lewinsky, 46, told Guthrie she's looking for a "proper career" and would like to continue her work as a storyteller.
Fodder - 1990s - Bill - Clinton - Relationship
Lewinsky become political fodder in the late 1990s after then-President Bill Clinton admitted to having an "inappropriate relationship" with the then 22-year-old while she worked as a White House intern in 1995.
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Scandal - Lewinsky - London - School - Guthrie
Soon after the scandal, Lewinsky said she fled to London for grad school, but told Guthrie she was advised by a professor to tell her side of the story. Upon returning to the U.S., she said she's weathered years of being the punch line of jokes that have only spiked due to the current political climate.
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