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Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky broke her silence Tuesday about her illicit 1990s affair with president Bill Clinton, saying she wants to reclaim the narrative of events that brought her global humiliation.Lewinsky, now 40, was in her early twenties when she became the infamous beret-wearing muse who engaged in sexual relations with the president and then endured a colossal backlash that nearly drove her to suicide. News of the Lewinsky affair broke in 1998 and became an all-consuming scandal that nearly crashed the Clinton presidency.While the Clintons moved on, Lewinsky became an American outcast, even as she came to regret one of the most famous political affairs in US history. During Clinton's 2008 bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, which she lost to eventual President Barack Obama, Lewinsky was drawn into the political maelstrom once more.
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