Sneed: There are rumblings Bill Clinton may apologize to wife, Lewinsky
By Michael Sneed May 9, 2014 12:18AM
This photo of White House intern Monica Lewinsky with President Bill Clinton at a White House function was submitted as evidence in documents by the Starr investigation and released by the House Judicary committee September 21, 1998.
Lewinsky affair . . .
Is Bubba about to blubber?
Sneed hears rumbles former President Bill Clinton, who lied about his affair with White House intern Monica “That Woman” Lewinsky, may opt to publicly apologize for the abuse Lewinsky claims she’s endured since the sex scandal broke more than 15 years ago.
◆ The rationale? To fend off critics of his wife Hillary who blame her for protecting a powerful husband who is a sexual predator. Hillary Clinton is eyeing a 2016 presidential bid.
◆ The big question: Will Bill “I love an audience” Clinton choose to apologize to Lewinsky and his wife for the mess he placed in their lives — and appeal for forgiveness — in order to put the past behind him before his first grandchild is born . . . and reap a lotta love for being a penitent?
Only in America. Stay tuned.