The former president has been asked about the scandal from 20 years ago – and his answers have been widely criticized

Bill Clinton is currently on a book tour to promote The President is Missing, a thriller he has written with James Patterson. However, it seems the only story people want to discuss is his affair 20 years ago with Monica Lewinsky, which many are reassessing in light of the #MeToo movement. Clinton, 71, has been criticized for responding in a manner many consider to be tone deaf.

In an interview Monday on NBC’s Today program, Clinton said he doesn’t owe Lewinsky a personal apology. “I have never talked to her, but I did say publicly on more than one occasion that I was sorry,” said Clinton.

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