Summer Zervos is about to achieve what Robert Mueller, Michael Avenatti and Stormy Daniels have so far failed to do.
The Supreme Court nominee's 1998 memo from his time on Ken Starr's independent counsel team includes the subject line "Slack for the President?" and multiple accusations against Bill Clinton.
The former president claims credit for empowering women in his orbit and disputes that he might owe Monica Lewinsky a private apology, insisting that his public televised apology was adequate.
In their ongoing watch over the legality of the president's actions, constitutional experts are revisiting this tricky question.
Americans may not realize how their country's internal political strife is being interpreted by other nations and the leaders of those nations.
In a word: yes The pundit who claimed she would be shielded from the consequences of pre-inaugural actions was wrong The big question is whether her email operations amounted to "high crimes and misdemeanors" whatever those words might mean at a given political moment.
Had Bill Clinton heeded the glaring signs of the sea change ushered in by that now-infamous scene from a boat in Bimini called the Monkey Business in the spring of 1987, he could have spared himself, not to mention the rest of the country, a big hassle during his presidency.
The re-emergence in the news of Monica Lewinsky is also a reminder of one of the lowest deeds in modern politics, the impeachment of Bill Clinton by House Republicans in December 1998.