Watch: Interviewer Asks Monica The WRONG D@mn Question About Bill!

Written by Wes Walker on September 4, 2018

And just like that, the interview came to a crashing halt. It was over.

It wasn’t as though it seemed to be an unfair question to ask, and a question that any audience would certainly would like to have seen answered.

Considering the tabloid events that made Monica Lewinsky into a household name in the first place, coupled with the recent attention given to the ‘MeToo’ movement, people have realized she as an intern deserved better treatment than what she received in the 90’s.

The question wasn’t probing for any lewd details. It was asking whether she was being treated properly, after the fact.

But as it turns out, the chapter in her life involving Bill Clinton was to have been ‘strictly off limits’. And even that question was too far afield.

That question about Bill and a personal apology was the first one asked, and the last one asked.

Monica replied, “I’m so sorry. I’m not going to be able to do this.” She set the microphone down, grabbed her papers, and walked off the stage.

Her public statement followed later:

Some are cheering her for standing up for herself.

Others argue that she should expect and welcome such questions, since the only reason we all know her name was because of ‘the incident’.

And a few flipped the script completely.

So, was she right to walk away, or was she being oversensitive?

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