Hillary Clinton never broke a single glass ceiling in any kind of office. She wasn’t the first female secretary of state or senator (though her people tried to make it seem that way). And she wasn’t even the only leftist female presidential candidate the year that she was running. Or the only one venally corrupt one.
But she was the first First Lady to do the “stand by your man” thing after he cheated on her. That’s the glass ceiling that Bill broke for her. And he wouldn’t have done anything differently.
Former President Bill Clinton says that, even in light of the #MeToo movement, he would not have approached how he dealt with Monica Lewinsky any differently and acknowledged that — 20 years after their relationship made headlines — he’s still never apologized privately to the former intern.
Clinton told NBC News that he stuck by his decision to fight his impeachment rather than resign, telling Melvin, “I think I did the right thing. I defended the Constitution.”
And that’s only time that Bill Clinton had anything good to say about the Constitution.
But he’s now entered the new phase of his life in which people write bad novels for him. Instead of having to make up his own fictions, others do it for him.