Actress Rose McGowan, who publicly accused Harvey Weinstein of rape, isn't letting Bill Clinton off the hook for his inappropriate relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
On the anniversary of the scandal, which happened between the then 49-year-old president and the 22-year-old White House intern, McGowan tweeted about it.
"What we owe Monica Lewinsky is historical and vast," wrote McGowan. "Globally slut shamed by the world. Dems & Reps attacked her because a President abused his power. Get real people, see truth. She was a kid. Biggest power imbalance ever. THE SCARLET LETTER IS HIS."
Later, she said "I can't believe it's the 20th anniversary of the Bill Clinton scandal. It feels right. @JodiKantor we did it!"
The scandal led to the impeachment of President Clinton. He was subsequently acquitted of all charges in a 21-day Senate trial.
Many have excused Clinton for his past abuse of women while claiming to be an active part of the #metoo movement. Many liberals seem to forget that their favorite president was once in an inappropriate relationship with a 22-year-old who he was in power over.
McGowan, however, isn't going to be a hypocrite. She's been working to expose men in public positions since the Weinstein story broke, and she's including Clinton in the list.
What do you think about her comments? Should Clinton be held accountable for what he did? In other news, Hillary Clinton slammed President Trump for his alleged comments about third world countries.