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Why this matters isn’t because of policy differences or partisanship. This is about character, simple decency and whether we want the best people among us as leaders determining our future, or the worst.

When we look away from the treatment of a Monica Lewinsky, and then elevate those who reveal such a reprehensible attitude toward life, we eventually pay a price. Such soulless leaders deliver a regime that somehow allows the murder of four Americans, covers it up, lies to the families of the fallen, fails (or refuses) to capture those responsible, and stonewalls Congress.

As a conservative feminist I, too, want a woman in the White House. But not just any woman. I want a president who loves this country more than herself. I want a president who genuinely views the American people as valuable, important and worthy of respect, who disables the predators in our midst who threaten our future, and actually understands the “difference it makes.”

In her article, Ms. Lewinsky says she wants to speak out against bullying and its destructive force. It would be important and more than appropriate to include exposing Hillary Clinton as the dangerous bully she is in that important objective.

Tammy Bruce is a radio talk-show host, New York Times best-selling author and Fox News and PJTV contributor.