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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Monica Lewinsky
We have been reading these exposes about the malfeasance of the most corrupt presidential family in American history for more than two decades.
David Letterman acknowledged his role in the spectacle surrounding Monica Lewinsky and said Wednesday night that he regrets making her the butt of countless jokes following her affair with then-President Bill Clinton.
Monica Lewinsky has returned, and it's a good thing. She's a smart, thoughtful woman who deserves to be able to take her life back from those who prefer she stay silent, and stay away.
Close to a half million press mentions in 48 hours. That's how much sway Monica Lewinsky still has on the news media. Stories, commentary, speculation and rumor mongering essentially exploded after Vanity Fair published an insta-memoir and essay by Miss Lewinsky, which she penned after more than a decade of mulling over her relationship with former President Bill Clinton.
Lynne Cheney said it's more likely than not that Hillary Clinton herself was the prodding force behind Monica Lewinsky telling her side of the Bill Clinton affair in a penned Vanity Fair essay.
The nation could have a case of Monica Lewinsky fatigue by the time Vanity Fair finally releases her complete insta-memoir and essay on Thursday, penned after more than a decade of mulling over her relationship with former President Bill Clinton.
Monica Lewinsky says there's no question her boss - Bill Clinton - "took advantage" of her when he was president.
Monica Lewinsky, the famed White House intern known worldwide for her sexual dalliances with former President Bill Clinton, says she's tired of living in the shadows of her past and wants all to know: Her affair was "consensual," she said.
On May 12, 1992, Stan Greenberg and Celinda Lake, top pollsters for Bill Clinton's presidential campaign, issued a confidential memo. The memo's subject was "Research on Hillary Clinton."
Too much talk, not enough action: The adage comes into play among those who criticize President Obama for either overthinking the Syria matter, huddling with advisers or simply handwringing on the sidelines as the situation grows worse. Of course, the slowing of discourse plus a series of mini-events and public statements could be strategic devices to buy time or prime diplomatic channels. Or not.
A Portland, Ore., teacher who had an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky at the same time she was engaging in illicit acts with President Bill Clinton is now auctioning off several artifacts tied to the rendezvous — including, at least one sample of her lingerie.
Talk about your irony. Democrats, who have declared that Republicans are engaging in a "war against women," will be led at their national convention this week by Bill Clinton, whose list of reported transgressions against women is, well, let's say, long.
Staffers for the District's embattled mayor have sought the advice of a crisis-management expert who advised Monica Lewinsky and inspired the television drama "Scandal," according to emails obtained by the Associated Press.
When you have a young woman screaming in a hallway about some sort of grievance she has with you, you have a problem. Even a Secret Service agent, surrounded by his buddies, has a problem. I know about this sort of thing from my work in the archives pursuant to my researches as a presidential historian.
Miss Lewinsky, now 40, wrote in Vanity Fair that she "deeply" regretted the affair she had with the president in 1998, but assured readers that their relationship was purely consensual.
, in which she said the infamous affair has prevented her from being able to land a decent job.