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David Letterman asks Barbara Walters if Monica Lewinsky could ever be a host on 'The View.' Lewinsky, now 40 years old, resurfaced recently with an essay in Vanity Fair about how she has been unable to move past that time in her life and had trouble ...
Los Angeles Times · 5/15/2014
She was 18 when the Monica Lewinsky scandal engulfed the nation ... White House press secretary Dee Dee Myers appeared on comedian David Letterman’s show (back when it was on NBC) and made the …
Washington Post · 2/6/2016
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David Letterman dished with Barbara Walters when she stopped by his show on Wednesday night as part of her pre-retirement farewell tour. The two rehashed many topics they had both covered throughout the years. It was during this part of their …
WebProNews · 5/16/2014
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Earlier this month, Monica Lewinsky's Vanity Fair article was published, and Lewinsky is finally receiving some contrition over her treatment at the time — though it might've sounded better about 16 years ago. The Late Show's David Letterman is sorry for ...
bustle.com · 5/21/2014
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — David Letterman regrets the way he treated Monica Lewinsky throughout the years over her affair with then President Bill Clinton while she was a White House intern. With retiring ABC News’ Barbara Walters as his guest on …
DC Cbslocal · 5/16/2014
After all these years and all those monologue jabs at public figures, David Letterman has only one regret: That period in the late nineties when he consistently went after Monica Lewinsky. The 67-year-old talk host was uncharacteristically remorseful ...
Globe and Mail · 5/17/2014
Barbara Walters has indicated that Monica Lewinsky may have been in the mix as a potential host on her U.S. chat show The View. Ms Walters, who famously interviewed the infamous former White House intern after the scandal with then-president Clinton …
Daily Mail · 5/16/2014
Barbara Walters and David Letterman are both nearing the end of their careers, and it seems they’re feeling reflective. “President Clinton has been able to move on,” Walters noted. “Hillary Clinton may run for president. I wish them both well.
Vanity Fair · 5/15/2014
As Barbara Walters prepares to say goodbye to journalism after more than 50 years in the field, the co-host of "The View" stopped Wednesday to chat with fellow TV veteran David Letterman. The two chatted about Walters upcoming farewell Friday. "She will ...
New York Daily News · 5/15/2014
As David Letterman and Barbara ... The pair were discussing Monica Lewinsky's recent article in Vanity Fair when Letterman spilled his guts. "I started to feel bad because … myself and other people with shows like this made relentless jokes … I feel ...
People · 5/15/2014