Monica Lewinsky Husband

Monica Lewinsky Husband
Monica Lewinsky Husband

Monica Lewinsky Husband – Lewinsky was barely old enough to drink at a bar in the late 1990s, at the start of her adult life. Nonetheless, her name became a go-to joke in tasteless late-night monologues, and her persona was mocked in the mainstream media and by private people, all because she was one-half of one of the most famous extramarital relationships in American political history.

Nanette Burstein, the filmmaker, and director of the docu series questions Bill Clinton on why he chose to begin the affair given his elevated and powerful position. “Nobody sits down and decides to take an extremely reckless risk,” he explains. “It’s detrimental to my family, my nation, and my coworkers.”

Monica Lewinsky Husband
Monica Lewinsky Husband

Lewinsky was an intern for Jennifer Palmieri, the White House chief of staff’s special assistant. Palmieri subsequently served as communications director for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Bill Clinton expresses dissatisfaction with the fact that Lewinsky’s name has become associated with the affair – often referred to as the Monica Lewinsky scandal – stating that he “feels awful” that her life has been defined by it.

As former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recounts in Hulu’s Hillary documentary, when the first news of Lewinsky’s romance with President Clinton emerged, he strongly rejected it both personally and publicly. President Clinton informed his wife, before the first press stories, that everything was a mistake. “He replied, ‘There is nothing to it; it is not true; I may have been too kind to her and given her too much attention,'” Clinton said in Hillary, adding that she considered this explanation “convincing” at the time.

Monica Lewinsky Husband
Monica Lewinsky Husband

Tina Brown, the renowned editor who conducted the initial interview with Hillary Clinton about the affair in 1999 for Talk magazine, will later comment on Lewinsky’s graciousness when they talk this evening. Gay Talese remarks aloud to his tablemates as he picks at a fillet mignon how much slimmer she seems. Another pillar of New York’s media elite, Calvin Trillin, stands as the audience erupts in a standing ovation for Lewinsky.

Beanie Feldstein, who portrays Lewinsky in the ten-part series, is one of the new faces. For months, Feldstein kept a copy of Lewinsky’s book in her bag. Nearby is Sarah Paulson, who so clearly portrays Tripp in the play – her towering stance, the cadence of her speech – that some moments conjure up memories of Monica Lewinsky.

Lewinsky filed an affidavit claiming that she and President Clinton never had a sexual connection (she claims he encouraged her to do so). President Clinton denied it during a January deposition for a different legal action. It didn’t take long for President Clinton’s version of events to unravel, and by February 1998—aided by headline-grabbing, surreptitiously taped admissions Lewinsky made to her former colleague Linda Tripp—it was obvious that his escapades with his intern were a reality.