'What (if anything) she did all day as an intern mystified me.
Some days she seemingly had nothing better to do than play I Spy the President', Gary Byrne writes in his bombshell book Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate to be published by Center Street Books on June.28.'I do believe Mrs. Still, I don't think she knew of Monica,' he surmises.
There she was Monday night, working the red carpet with all the other celebrities, wearing an elegant black cocktail dress at a posh dinner in London for the Marie Curie Cancer Care charity. just below her video image—entirely unnecessary for one of the planet’s most famous women—couldn’t resist typing out the words “Monica Lewinsky Former White House intern.” She is sailing into middle-age now, turning 41 in three weeks, yet she is frozen in the public imagination as a 23-year-old White House intern.
“You may not know my dad is actually a radiation oncologist,” she told the video interviewer for the Daily Mail, referring to Beverly Hills doctor Bernard Lewinsky. Now she's attempting once again, after a decade of enforced obscurity, to figure how to earn a respectable living and reinvent herself.
“So Madame Curie,” she went on, using the French pronunciation for madame, “was really one of the first female role models for me growing up.” She was smiling, relaxed, and appealingly sincere. Her attendance at the charity dinner, at which she mingled with movie stars and members of the British royal family, is only part of her brave effort to re-enter the fray.
But in 1997 she allegedly had a tantrum at the gates when she realized Bill Clinton was with another woman'I stood guard, a pistol at my hip, outside the Oval Office, the last barrier before anyone saw Bill Clinton.
The last barrier before Monica Lewinsky saw Bill Clinton.
Yes, I'm that Secret Service officer,' Byrne writes.
It almost seemed, for one brief and shining moment, that Monica Lewinsky had triumphed over her past.
Monica was always using Steward Nel as one of the people she needed to see and Nel warned her that she didn't want to end up like 'that Paul Jones girl'.
Monica viewed herself as smarter than Paula Jones so that couldn't happen.
Monica confessed to LInda Tripp that she had given oral sex to the president while he talked on the phone with ambassadors and other dignitaries.
And she revealed to Tripp the details of the semen-stained blue dress (above) still in her possession'Lashed out': Monica Lewinsky got all-access from 1996, former Secret Service officer Gary Byrne claims.