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Bill Clinton Says He Does Not Owe Monica Lewinsky An Apology

The former U.S. president says he has apologized "to everybody in the world," but has not talked to Lewinsky directly about his affair with the then-White House intern.

Former President Bill Clinton revisited the controversy over his affair with Monica Lewinsky on Monday, saying he does not feel he owes the former White House intern an apology.

Clinton, show by correspondent Craig Melvin, was asked if he had

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