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Monica Lewinsky

The Vanity Fair contributor tweeted a hilarious response to a journalist, leading some on Twitter to call her a "queen."
FX announced the former White House intern's involvement in the show this week.
The anti-bullying activist casually mentioned that someone told her to intern at the White House because it would be "amazing" on her resume.
“My view is that there’s ample reason right now for the House Judiciary Committee to begin an impeachment inquiry."
The presidential hopeful said Hillary Clinton can still be a role model even if her husband is not.
Her comment was just three words, and so was this praise: "For. The. Win."
"We find something new to be outraged about online" every nine seconds, the host of "Last Week Tonight" says.
“Monica was distraught, she kept repeating ‘I just want to die. I just want to die,'" said her mother, Marcia Lewis.
"No monkey business happened inside the Oval Office proper,” the former White House intern said in an interview for an upcoming docuseries.
"I still was in love with Bill at the time so I felt really responsible," Lewinsky told A&E.
"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.
Tarana Burke responded to Hillary Clinton's recent comments defending her husband's affair with a White House intern.
Her remarks about the Lewinsky affair appear at odds with Me Too's message.
When asked if her husband should have resigned over the scandal, the 2016 Democratic nominee for president said, "Absolutely not."
The former White House intern and anti-bullying advocate said the question was a "blatant disregard" of a pre-interview agreement.
"If you and I fall into bad moral habits, we can harm our families, our employers and our friends. The President of the United States can incinerate the planet."
“If someone goes down on you, you go down on them. Standard double down rules," the comedian said.
Stephen Colbert offered Bill Clinton a “do over” for his “tone-deaf” remarks to NBC about Monica Lewinsky.