Monica Lewinsky Had a Perfect Response to News That Republicans Have the Votes to Block Impeachment Witnesses
Despite hours of arguments and 75% of Americans in favor, the Republican-dominated United States Senate is expected to vote down the Democratic effort to hear from additional witnesses, likely bringing the impeachment trial against President Donald Trump to an end by Friday night.
The votes come even after explosive allegations from former National Security Advisor John Bolton, who said the President explicitly sought to withhold foreign aid from Ukraine until it announced investigations into his political opponent. Bolton was prepared to testify if the Senate subpoenaed him.
Someone Asked What If the Starr Report Had Been Given to Clinton's Attorney General to Summarize, and Monica Lewinsky Just Had the Most Relatable Response
Though the 90's may seem like a distant memory to most, for some—like Monica Lewinsky—the decade is all too vivid.
News of then-President Bill Clinton's sexual relationship with Lewinsky while she was a White House intern became public in 1998. Lewinsky was harassed and mocked by a country that suddenly had intimate knowledge of a deeply personal facet of her life—one that would define her to the public for decades.
Senator Marco Rubio turned heads with an interview with The Economist recently in which he admitted:
“There is still a lot of thinking on the right that if big corporations are happy, they’re going to take the money they’re saving and reinvest it in American workers. In fact they bought back shares, a few gave out bonuses; there’s no evidence whatsoever that the money’s been massively poured back into the American worker.”
Just days later, however, Rubio took to the OpEd page of National Review to clarify his thoughts on the tax cuts: