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Bill Clinton says no private apology to Monica Lewinsky necessary

(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 06, 1998 shows former White House intern Monica Lewinsky arriving 06 August 1998 at the US District Courthouse in Washington, DC to testify before the grand jury about her relationship with US President Bill Clinton. Former US president Bill Clinton said he has not spoken to Monica Lewinsky since the revelation of their affair and that while he has apologized to her publicly he does not think a private apology is necessary at this point. / AFP / GETTY

 

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