(THE HILL) PHILADELPHIA — In her first public talk in 13 years, Monica Lewinsky teared up as she recalled the aftermath of her affair with President Clinton, saying while she "deeply regrets" the scandal, she considers herself a "survivor" of the "shame game."
Lewinsky admitted she was "nervous" and "emotional" before addressing the crowd of twenty and thirtysomethings at Forbes magazines' "Under 30" summit in Philadelphia on Monday.
“My name is Monica Lewinsky,” she told the audience, “though I have often been advised to change it or ask why on Earth I haven’t. But there we are — I haven’t. I am still Monica Lewinsky.”
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