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"No monkey business happened inside the Oval Office proper,” the former White House intern said in an interview for an upcoming docuseries.
"Power throws a protective cape around the shoulders of the man, and he dictates the spin by denigrating the less powerful woman,” she wrote in a Vanity Fair essay.
Watching those dark stories is a desperate bid for control, but also a way to better grasp our world.
The Trump Budget, which will be sent to Congress on Thursday, among many things, eviscerates funding for the Corporation
One grand dragon says "pretty much everything we said and did was fake."
The network canceled the controversial series after learning payments were made “to facilitate access” to the film's subjects.
With the show comes the dangerous possibility of normalizing the racist and hateful views of the group.
The show's documentarians uncover connections suggesting Long Island is just the beginning.