Former President Bill Clinton was interviewed by Craig Melvin at NBC News to plug the new novel he's written with James Patterson, but he ended up spending a lot of time talking about his old behavior in light of the "MeToo" movement.
During the interview, Clinton defended his decision not to resign amid the Monica Lewinsky scandal. He also admitted that he has not personally apologized to her. Clinton said he has publicly apologized to Lewinsky, but not privately.
He said, ”I've never talked to her.”
The former president says HE'S a victim because the legal fallout left him $16 million in debt.
He also said he was right not to resign: "I think I did the right thing. I defended the Constitution."