Their relationship was an emotional roller coaster for Lewinsky, and she became depressed as the affair disintegrated; her emotional state was extremely fragile by the time Starr’s prosecutors found her, Walters says. Starr’s people pushed her over the top, Walters says, and made her feel quite desperate. Lewinsky also tells Walters that her mother, Marcia Lewis, tried very hard to get her to break up the relationship. But Lewinsky admits to Walters that her own stubbornness kept her from heeding her mother’s advice.

Lewinsky says she believes that at the start of their relationship, Clinton was genuinely remorseful over the affair. Now, she tells Walters, the man she sees on TV is all politician, sorry only that he got caught.

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