Bill Clinton can’t escape the ghosts of his ugly past.
One scandal continues to haunt him.
And Monica Lewinsky just made sure Bill Clinton had the worst day of his life with this tweet.
Bill Clinton traveled to England to meet with British Prime Minister Theresa May.
But that wasn’t the big news of the day.
While Clinton was engaged in his pow-wow with May, Monica Lewinsky fired off a mysterious tweet that everyone guessed was aimed at the former President.
The Mirror reports:
“Monica Lewinsky posted a cryptic message on Twitter at the same time as ex-President Bill Clinton was meeting Theresa May in Downing Street.
Clinton visited Number 10 this morning to discuss the deadlock in Northern Ireland.
As he left after almost an hour in No 10, he told reporters: “We had a wonderful talk.”
But at almost the same moment as his departure from the meeting, his former intern tweeted: “If i had a dollar for every time i find myself thinking: hypocrisy knows no bounds.”
if i had a dollar for every time i find myself thinking: hypocrisy knows no bounds.
— Monica Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky) October 19, 2017
Lewinsky never clarified her tweet, but it came during Clinton’s meeting in the aftermath of his involvement with disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein coming to light.
Weinstein is accused by dozens of women of using his position of power to sexually harass them.
At least three women have alleged Weinstein raped them.
For years, Weinstein was a Democratic fundraising powerhouse.
And he had especially close ties to the Clintons.
In 2000, he threw Hillary a birthday bash.
And when Bill Clinton needed money for his legal defense fund during the impeachment proceedings – which began after he lied under oath about having an affair with Lewinsky – Weinstein ponied up $10,000.
Is this what Lewinsky was referring to in her cryptic tweet?
Even if she was not, the timing of the tweet kicked off a firestorm that made Clinton’s trip uncomfortable and forced everyone to recall how the President used his position of authority to have an affair with a younger woman.
While Clinton was not accused of the same level of violence with Lewinsky that women have alleged against Weinstein, other women such as Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Wiley and Paula Jones stepped forward to accuse Clinton of rape, sexual assault, and sexual harassment.
Do you think Lewinsky was tweeting about Clinton?
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