Trump Jr. Blasts Slick Willie On Twitter – The First Male Victim of #MeToo

Former President Bill Clinton continues to defend himself for his actions during the Monica Lewinsky scandal during his presidency. Clinton insists he doesn’t need to apologize to her. He stated this during a defensive interview with NBC News. Donald Trump Jr. blasts Slick Willie for portraying himself as the first male victim of the #MeToo movement.

When asked about how the Lewinsky situation would be handled today, Clinton said, “I don’t think it would be an issue.” This was while she was speaking with Craig Melvin of NBC News.

He admitted he never publicly apologized to Lewinsky for the incident.

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“I’ve never talked to her,” Clinton said. He did mae it clear that he apologized publicly to  “everybody in the world.”

So despite ruining her life, the former president believes he does not owe her an apology. Well, there isn’t much good in doing it now, but an apology was certainly needed when this situation happened.

One great thing about the Trump is they aren’t afraid to put people on blast using Twitter. Donald Trump Jr. took to Twitter to call out former President Clinton for portraying himself as the first male victim of the #MeToo movement.

More insanity from Bill Clinton. It’s great to have someone willing to call him out on it. He committed adultery in the White House with an intern, ruining her life in the process and somehow wants to come out as the victim. Only a Clinton would attempt something like this.

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