By Jane Clayson
On Point/WBUR (11/20/17)
We talk to Caitlin Flanagan of The Atlantic, Michael Warren of the Weekly Standard and Joe Klein of TIME Magazine about renewed attention on former President Bill Clinton’s sex scandals.
Should he have resigned? Been removed from office? How is this conversation changing in the post-Weinstein era?
- Caitlin Flanagan, contributing editor at The Atlantic. (@CaitlinPacific)
- Joe Klein, political columnist, TIME magazine. (@JoeKleinTIME)
- Michael Warren, senior writer, The Weekly Standard. (@MichaelRWarren)
- The Atlantic: Bill Clinton: A Reckoning — “It was a pattern of behavior; it included an alleged violent assault; the women involved had far more credible evidence than many of the most notorious accusations that have come to light in the past five weeks. But Clinton was not left to the swift and pitiless justice that today’s accused men have experienced. Rather, he was rescued by a surprising force: machine feminism. The movement had by then ossified into a partisan operation, and it was willing—eager—to let this friend of the sisterhood enjoy a little droit de seigneur.”