Bill Clinton Claims He Violated Monica Lewinsky With Cigar To ‘Manage My Anxieties’

This is according to a new documentary.

According to a new documentary, former U.S. President and long-time Jeffrey Epstein associate Bill Clinton claims he violated underling Monica Lewinsky because he needed to “manage” his anxieties.

The former President will come clean on the Hulu documentary series “Hillary,” which is set to debut tomorrow, by claiming that he was the political equivalent of a 30-round boxer who was “staggering” around, and he needed a release.

“And here’s something that’ll take your mind off it for a while,” said a 73-year-old Clinton, who started a two-year tawdry affair with Lewinsky in 1995, which ultimately resulted in his impeachment by Congress.

“Everybody’s life has pressures and disappointments, terrors, fears of whatever,” he added. “Things I did to manage my anxieties for years.”

During the documentary series, Hillary Clinton reportedly explains how she was duped and made a fool of by her husband, but chose to stay with him despite being humiliated and embarrassed on the grand stage.

“I was just waking up … I was having a hard time processing and I said, ‘What are you talking about? What is this? What do you mean?’” Hillary said in the documentary series.

She added: “He said, ‘There’s nothing to it. It’s not true. I may have been too nice to her, I may have paid her too much attention … but there was nothing.’ He was adamant, and he was convincing to me.”

Hillary was so delusional that she eventually blamed a “vast right-wing conspiracy” for the actions of her unfaithful liar of a husband.

“If they could make up something, they were so partisan that they would do it,” she said.

Eventually, Bill would admit the truth to Hillary, and she was forced to deal with the reality that she was unable to please her husband.

“I went and sat on the bed and talked to her. I told her exactly what happened, when it happened,” he said in the documentary. “I said I feel terrible about it … I have no defenses, it’s inexcusable what I did.”

“I was so, you know, personally hurt,” Hillary said, starting to become emotional. “It just … anyway, it was … horrible.”

Hillary forced Bill to tell their daughter Chelsea about his infidelities, so her daughter could share in her pain and shame as well.

“Justifiably what I did was wrong. I just hated to hurt her but … we all bring our baggage to life and sometimes we do things we shouldn’t do and it was awful what I did,” Bill said.

Lewinsky now says that Bill’s kinky sex relationship with her was “a gross abuse of power,” attempting to paint herself as a #MeToo victim rather than a cheap floozy.

The “Hillary” documentary premieres on the streaming service Hulu on Mar. 6.

Written by Joshua Finkelberg

Joshua Finkelberg is a contributor for The Schpiel.


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