Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, infamous for a sex scandal involving President Bill Clinton in the '90s, walked into an early-morning barrage of questions about allegations involving Donald Trump's sexual misconduct.
With the presidential election less than a month away, Lewinsky was asked if Donald Trump was “fit to be president.”
As she was going up an escalator at LAX, Monica was in no mood to talk politics, even though the cameraman told her, “Your voice is very important.” She responded, “It's 5:30 in the morning — you should be asleep. You should not be at the airport bothering people with your camera.”
Quickly walking through the airport makeup-free, Monica pleaded with the photogs to stop recording her because “this is really embarassing.” The cameraman responded to her request, saying, “It's so important because we're down to the wire."
Despite her disapproval, Lewinsky was asked about Bill Clinton and who she was voting for. Lewinsky's smile started fading and she even started turning away from the camera multiple times throughout the video as she was grilled on the political climate. Watch!
After facing the cameras this morning, Monica tweeted, “Nothing like a pap at LAX somehow spotting u in seconds... when ur w/o a stitch of make up @ 5.30 AM. gee, thx @Delta! 😳✈️."
At Sunday's presidential debate, Trump was asked about his encounters with women by moderator Anderson Cooper after video of his vulgar comments on the topic surfaced. Since then, about a dozen women have accused Trump of sexual assault or being sexually inappropriate with them, including People magazine writer Natasha Stoynoff, Jessica Leeds, Rachel Crooks, and Temple Taggart McDowell.
Trump has vowed to produce evidence as soon as today to disprove their claims. He has also denied the allegations on Twitter.
The phony story in the failing @nytimes is a TOTAL FABRICATION. Written by same people as last discredited story on women. WATCH!