Let none of us forget that Bill Clinton was impeached by the House of Representatives. The impeachment process started on December 19, 1998 and came to completion on Feb 12, 1999.
What were the charges? Perjury and Obstruction of Justice. And the subject of the impeachment? Something about stains on a blue dress and a young intern named Monica Lewinsky. (MORE BELOW.)
Monica Lewinsky speaks out.
But that was not abuse of Bill’s power per Mrs. Clinton, because, you know, Monica was an adult – well – barely. Mrs. Clinton “recently argued that her husband’s actions did not constitute an abuse of power since Lewinsky was an adult.”
Well, Monica is speaking out these days. And what she has to say comes almost twenty years later. Monica is talking to A&E in their new collaborative docu-series called “The Clinton Affair.”
There are a few tidbits released, the first one is that the affair spanned over multiple years. And, to be clear, it was while President Clinton was the President of the United States.
Additionally, Monica goes on to tell how she discovered the famous stain on her blue dress and how she thought it was initially “spinach dip or something.” (MORE BELOW.)
Monica talks about the double standard of the media.
In Vanity Fair, Monica discussed how the media treated her differently than they did Bill Clinton at the time.
In the Vanity Fair piece, Lewinsky “explained her frustration with Clinton after the affair and the media’s complicit treatment of Clinton,” per the The Daily Caller.
She wrote “If you want to know what power looks like, watch a man safely, even smugly, do interviews for decades, without ever worrying whether he will be asked the questions he doesn’t want to answer.” (PHOTOGRAPHS BELOW.)