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Monica Lewinsky is back, and in a new book due in stores in February, she claims she believes former president/ex-lover Bill Clinton lied under oath when describing their sexual encounters.
The Death of American Virtue is being touted as the definitive history of Clinton and his various scandals. In it, author Ken Gormley claims that Clinton had another affair ... with Susan McDougal of Whitewater fame.
But Clinton isn't the only one who's bound to feel attacked by the book. Gormley paints independent counsel Ken Starr as a man who was out of his depth and lost all sense of proportion.
Clinton sat down with the author three times for the book. Politico writes, "Clinton makes clear -- to no surprise of longtime observers of the 42nd president -- how aggrieved he continues to feel over the whole episode, unspooling a stream of choice invective about his other accusers. In Clinton's telling, the head of the House impeachment team, Henry Hyde, is a 'bitter right-winger' and 'hypocrite,' and the judge who cited Clinton for civil contempt was merely currying favor with the conservative wing of the GOP."
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