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Monica Lewinsky was barred from sitting in a box with former US Vice-President Al Gore at an advertising festival in Cannes on Saturday.
Lewinksy had been invited to sit in the mayoral box for the VIPs at the Palais de Festivals on the last night of the festival. Instead of sitting in her seat in the box, the author of “Monica: Her Story” instead opted to sit with the main audience, according to the Guardian.
It remains unclear who is responsible for the changed seating arrangement as neither the organizers of Cannes Lions or Gore’s team could be reached for explanation.
Gore was in attendance to receive an honorary award, the LionHeart, which is presented to an individual who “through innovative use of commercial brand power has made a significant and positive difference to people or the planet”.
In a statement, Lewinsky said, “I have tremendous respect for the critical work on climate change former Vice-President Gore is doing and for which he was honoured at Cannes Lions. I did not know he was to be seated in the mayor’s box. It was 100% appropriate for me to sit elsewhere.” [more Republican hate here]
That’s right, Monica, suck up to Climate Czar Albert the Junior. His work is critical. Look at the astounding progress he’s made so far.
Maybe someday they’ll let you back in, maybe they’ll bronze those kneepads and put them in the Clinton Library.
The jury’s still out on which Clinton library, but as Hillary can tell you, it takes time to reinvent yourself.
In the meantime, remember, Republicans are the ones who kept you out of Al’s box… or Al who kept out of your box… whatever…
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