“It’s such familiar obfuscation: the definition of is, and all that. But it implicates the rest of us, too. Clinton may have apologized ‘to everybody in the world’; he has not, however, apologized to the person on the direct end of his actions, that woman, Ms. Lewinsky. Instead, he has conflated the ends and the means. And he has suggested—all those hirings, after all; all those appointments; all those recognitions of women’s professional capabilities—that women, if they’re smart about it, should simply do the math.” The Atlantic’s Megan Garber on Bill Clinton’s book tour that (inevitably) turned to the topic of MeToo and his affair with Monica Lewinsky. Bill Clinton Feels His Own Pain.