Bill Clinton says he doesn't owe Monica Lewinsky an apology

President Clinton wouldn't say if he believed the results of the 2016 election which President Trump won were tampered with

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton says he wouldn't have handled the events following his affair with Monica Lewinsky differently today.

"I apologized to everybody in the world", Clinton said on NBC's "Today" show, adding that he has no plans to apologize to the former White House intern. To me, I was - I've never been more moved by an interview, and I really appreciate that Craig Melvin asked those questions and put that entire interview to a stop and stayed with it, finally.

"I intend to reclaim my family life for my family", Clinton said back then. "That's all I have to say".

"I think they have tried by and large to cover this investigation based on the facts."

Former President Bill Clinton, seen here in May, said impeachment hearings would have started already if a Democrat were in the Oval Office.

The former president said he has not apologized privately to Lewinsky - nor spoken to her at all - and that he does not believe such an apology is necessary because he has repeatedly done so publicly.

"I do not. I've never talked to her".

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"And so what you saw there, I think is the end of Bill Clinton's life as a public figure in this country", MSNBC political commentator Steve Schmidt said. That is very different.

Clinton's spot as TV critic comes ahead of this week's release of The President Is Missing, an unlikely fictional collaboration with the bestselling Patterson.

"No, I felt bad then", Clinton said. "It is important to me that everybody who has been hurt know that the sorrow I feel is genuine - first and most important, my family, also my friends, my staff, my Cabinet, Monica Lewinsky and her family, and the American people".

Clinton later asked: "Do you think President Kennedy should have resigned?"

"I had two women chiefs of staff when I was governor", he said.

More broadly, he said he is supportive of the #MeToo movement writ large even as he expressed skepticism over certain aspects of it.

Of course, numerous allegations against Weinstein, against other Hollywood and media men, and against Trump are descriptions of incidents that happened one, two, or even more decades ago. This was litigated 20 years ago.

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