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Don't over-analyze the reemergence of Monica Lewinsky
Don't over-analyze the reemergence of Monica Lewinsky

Monica Lewinsky, the presidential paramour, has resurfaced in the pages of Vanity Fair magazine— breaking her silence, again!— to discuss her nearly-2-decades-old affair with President Clinton. Pull the file photos, cue the blue-dress jokes and let the lip-smacking cable TV frenzy begin. Just don’t take seriously any analyses that purport to weigh the political significance of Lewinsky’s emergence and how it may affect Hillary Rodham Clinton’s decision on pursuing a 2016 presidential run. Everything in the world of politics these days—Clinton’s speaking schedule, the pregnancy of her daughter, Chelsea, tidal shifts, unusual solar...

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