lunes, 17 de agosto de 2015

August 17: Today is the anniversary of "improper physical relationship" in 1998 between President Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky, a practitioner resident in the White House.



Monica Lewinsky.

President Clinton had to accept that he had diverted attention ("misled people"), about oral sex ratio, with a degree in psychology practitioner.


Official White House photo of President Bill Clinton, President of the United States, January 20, 1993 – January 20, 2001.

Indeed, the August 17, 1998, President Jefferson Clinton Wlliam admitted his sexual relationship with the university who was an intern at the White House to begin his career in Psychology.


Scandal: White House intern Monica Lewinsky with President Clinton.

Practice oral sex evolved into the president he insisted on denying. That was his mistake. If he had accepted from the beginning, you may not have escalated into an international scandal, which led to envy all the rulers of the world.




Clinton was charged with perjury and obstruction of justice.




Monica was so inclined to put the coat with semen from the president to accuse him definitely, and become a global celebrity, and ... she succeeded.


Monica Lewinsky, pictured with former US President Bill Clinton, has spoken about her affair after 10 years of silence. Source: News Limited.

Her story cost millions of dollars to the media and her naked body was photographed in exchange for other millions.


The Lewinsky scandal has plagued Mr Clinton: Was it worth it?


Impeachment means an indictment exerted on senior government officials, which belongs to Anglo-Saxon law to prosecute officers of public office.



Despite the Impeachment, Clinton was acquitted by the Senate on February 12, 1999. Bill Clinton shocked everyone when he shed some tears ...Nevertheless, he was re-elected!

The Lewinsky scandal emerged from a sexual relationship between United States President Bill Clinton and the 22-year-old White House Intern, Monica Lewinsky. Bill Clinton shocked everyone when he shed some tears.


When Bill Clinton was leaving office, a CNN/USA TODAY/Gallup poll revealed 45 percent said they would miss him. Other 55 percent thought he "would have something worthwhile to contribute and should remain active in public life". Besides, 68 percent thought he would be remembered for his "involvement in personal scandal", and 58 percent answered "No" to the question "Do you generally think Bill Clinton is honest and trustworthy?" 47% of the respondents identified themselves as being Clinton supporters. The same percentage said he would be remembered as either "outstanding" or "above average" as a president, while 22 percent said he would be remembered as "below average" or "poor".