- Jun 6, 2003
Awefully hard to believe that Hillary was the only person in the country that actually believed her husband. I guess she just believes what she wants to believe...[Hillary said] she accepted her husband's story at first - that he had befriended the intern, Monica Lewinsky, when she asked for job-hunting help, "had talked to her a few times" - and that the relationship had been horribly misconstrued.
"For me, the Lewinsky imbroglio seemed like just another vicious scandal manufactured by political opponents."
More than six months later, with the president preparing to testify before a grand jury, Mrs Clinton was still adamant that her husband had done nothing wrong.
Then, on the morning of Saturday, August 15, 1998, he woke her up, paced at the bedside, and "told me for the first time that the situation was much more serious than he had previously acknowledged."
"He now realised he would have to testify that there had been an inappropriate intimacy. He told me that what happened between them had been brief and sporadic."
He was ashamed and knew she would be angry, she recounts.
"I could hardly breathe. Gulping for air, I started crying and yelling at him, 'What do you mean? What are you saying? Why did you lie to me? I was furious and getting more so by the second.
Not to mention Hillary's involvement with the firing of the White House Travel Staff: http://www.warroom.com/Hilary/liar.htm
Shall I continue?Independent Counsel (IC) Robert Ray concluded that Mrs. Clinton (that would be "Hillary!" for those familiar with her campaign bumper stickers) gave "factually inaccurate" sworn testimony when she tried to conceal her role in the scandal.