"I think that if I were Bill Clinton, I would not see that as a 'Yes, I'm getting an invite, '" Tur commented.
Clinton insisted that he had provided a sufficient apology for the scandal that led to his impeachment.
"Some of the things that are going on, I mean there just was a thing today, just recently, about him possibly bringing Rodman to Singapore", Patterson said. First point is, I did. "Its way overdue. It doesnt mean I agree with everything".
Still, Clinton says, "It was very painful thing that happened 20 years ago", adding that he had to "live with the consequences every day since". So I did that.
"Its like me and Juanita and Kathleen have been screaming for years for someone to pay attention to us on the liberal side and its like no one would hear us", Jones told The New York Times in November.
He added that he supports the movement against sexual harassment and assault and that he has a long record of promoting women in the workplace.
"I could not believe the words that were coming out of his mouth", she said. "Beyond that, I think it would be good if we could go on with the discussion".
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Broaddrick's book, "You'd Better Put Some Ice On That", tells of the incident, and the only words Clinton spoke after the alleged rape. "I think partly because they're frustrated that they got all these serious allegations against the current occupant of the Oval Office and his voters don't seem to care. I defended the Constitution".
Clinton then affirmed his support for the #MeToo movement, after drawing criticisms from many for seemingly undermining it. "He was the most powerful man on the planet".
Juanita Broaddrick said on "The Ingraham Angle" that Clinton's comments on the Monica Lewinsky scandal and the "MeToo" movement were "disgusting".
Lewinsky has not directly responded to the recent hubbub over Clinton's answers, but she did tweet on Monday that she was "grateful to the myriad people who have helped me evolve + gain perspective in the past 20 years". "I want you to enjoy this one, but I do want to ask you something". But you know, she's living in a different context.
Later on Monday, after an uproar from Democrats and Republicans alike, Clinton noted he had apologized "to my family, to Monica Lewinsky and her family and to the American people" during the 1998 National Prayer Breakfast.
And he mentioned that he didn't agree with all the change the #MeToo movement has brought.
"I still have some questions about some of the decisions which have been made", Clinton said.