Bill Clinton: 'I was mad at me' over recent Lewinsky comments

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Clinton had an affair with then-White House intern Lewinsky while he was in office. "I apologized to my family, to Monica Lewinsky and her family and to the American people before a panel of ministers in the White House, which was widely reported", he added.

Clinton said he didn't like that particular interview because it "started with an assertion that basically I had never apologized". "I mean, you have to really ignore what the context was". So I did that - I meant it then and I mean it today. "I've had to live with the consequences every day since".

On book tour for his novel The President Is Missing, Clinton and his co-author, James Patterson, have been making the expected rounds on talkshows, where they're publicizing the political thriller.

Clinton faced harsh backlash from both sides of the political aisle on Monday when he appeared to defend his handling of the 1995 affair by comparing it to Donald Trump's history.

"I don't think it would be an issue because people would be using the facts instead of the imagined facts".

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"Nobody believes that I got out of that for free", he said. "I defended the Constitution".

He clarified those comments later, saying he had become "hot under the collar" during the interview because of how the questions were asked.

"Talking about Bill Clinton", Tur asked, "he did that interview with my colleague Craig Melvin today. You should want something that makes us safer, our neighbors, South Korea, safer, and them a little better off".

"I now see how problematic it was that the two of us even got to a place where there was a question of consent", she wrote. "But I did say, publicly, on more than one occasion, that I was sorry", he said. But you know, she's living in a different context. "He thinks he's still somehow a victim and in no world was it ever appropriate for the president of the United States to be having sex under his desk with a 20-year-0ld". This was litigated 20 years ago.

Clinton's defensive response on Monday was confirmation to many national and state-based Democrats who were concerned about how the former president would fare campaigning for Democrats amid the #MeToo movement.

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