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Source: CBS News

Hillary Clinton: Bill should "absolutely not" have resigned over Lewinsky scandal

15-Oct-2018

Hillary Clinton says that her husband was right not to resign from the presidency in the wake of the Monica Lewinsky scandal, she told CBS' "Sunday Morning."

"In retrospect, do you think Bill should've resigned in the wake of the Monica Lewinsky scandal?" correspondent Tony Dokoupil asked. In the past year, with the rise of the #MeToo movement, a host of key political, business and entertainment figures have resigned or withdrawn from their positions in the wake of allegations of sexual harassment or assault.

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Source: CBS News

#MeToo founder says Bill Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky was "absolutely an abuse of power"

Friday 04:15 GMT

Tarana Burke, the founder of the #MeToo movement, said the affair between President Clinton and White House intern Monica Lewinsky was "absolutely an abuse of power." Burke gave an interview to The Root days after Hillary Clinton told CBS 'Sunday Morning" she did not find her husband's actions to be an abuse of power.

"When I think about the things that Hillary Clinton said about the Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton affair not being an abuse of power, that is just tragic and it's wrong," said Burke in a video released by The Root Tuesday. "You're talking about an age dynamic but you're also talking about the president of the United States.

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Source: Washington Post

Feinstein says she would ‘absolutely’ favor reopening Kavanaugh investigation next year

Friday 08:05 GMT

The top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, said she “absolutely” favors reopening an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh if her party takes control of the chamber next year.

Feinstein under scrutiny for handling of allegations against Kavanaugh]. Kavanaugh’s confirmation was delayed for a week to allow for a limited FBI investigation into Ford’s allegations and those of another accuser.


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