Monica Lewinsky Gets Apology After Invitation to Event Was Rescinded in Favor of Bill Clinton

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Town & Country magazine has offered an apology to Monica Lewinsky after she was disinvited to an event.   

The magazine invited then later rescinded the invitation to their annual philanthropy summit Wednesday.

"We apologize to Ms. Lewinsky and regret the way the situation was handled," Town & Country tweeted Thursday.

Lewinsky claims she was disinvited because former President Bill Clinton, with whom she had inappropriate sexual relations with in the 90s, attended.

“Dear world: please don't invite me to an event (esp one about social change) and — then after I’ve accepted — uninvite me because bill clinton then decided to attend/was invited," Lewinsky posted to Twitter Wednesday. "It's 2018." 

The former president introduced Parkland shooting survivor Emma Gonzalez at the gathering.  

In her tweet, Lewinsky also name-checked Gonzalez and said she would not approve of being disinvited. 


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