Doug Schoen on Axelrod Saying Everyone Knew About Bill Clinton and Monica: The Revelations Were News to Me
GUILFOYLE: "Joining us now, Jean allowed in, and Doug Schoen. Thank you both for joining us. There is a very heated conversation about sexual misconduct. You think we’re going to see more and more Democrats distance themselves from Bill and Hillary Clinton in light of this this?"
SCHOEN: "Look, Kimberly, my sense is that with Bill Clinton, many of the allegations have already been litigated, they have been dealt with in an impeachment process or in court. To me, if there are no allegations, let’s do with them. To go back 20 years to relitigate at or earlier, I think it’s a waste of time and energy. I would say this. If you want to talk about uranium one, if you want to talk about the dossier, there are a lot of unanswered questions there. To go re-litigate what Bill Clinton may or may not have done, I don’t and that’s worthwhile. What David Axelrod says, when he says everyone knew, I didn’t know. The revelations about Monica Lewinsky were news to me when they came out."