Interview: Monica Lewinsky Up Close

In an exclusive interview, Lewinsky regrets what the past year has done to the country, but regrets even more what it has done to her

"Yoo-hoo!" Monica Lewinsky sweeps into her stepfather's penthouse apartment for her first American print interview since the scandal began. Removing the hat and sunglasses she wears by way of disguise, she complains of a cold and jet lag (the night before, she signed the first copy of Monica's Story, her tell-almost-all book, in midair while flying from Los Angeles to New York City). As Monica huddles for a moment with her team of media and legal advisers, her mother Marcia Lewis brings in coffee and shows two visitors around the tidy 34th-floor apartment, with its panoramic views of Manhattan and Central...

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