Washington: Hillary Clinton, a potential Democratic Party candidate for 2016 presidency bid, has said she has "moved on" from the Monica Lewinsky scandal that dominated her husband Bill's second term as US president.
Clinton, in an interview with the People magazine released yesterday, said, "I think everybody needs to look to the future."
The 66-year-old former secretary of state said she did not take time to read an essay by Lewinsky that the Vanity Fair published last month about the Clinton affair and her life since then.
Clinton said she had "moved on" from the scandal that rocked her husband's second term as president, the New York Times reported.
Asked about published reports that she called Lewinsky a "narcissistic loony toon" after the affair became public, Clinton said, "I'm not going to comment on what did and didn't happen."
The comments by Clinton are the first she has made addressing questions about Lewinsky since the scandal was revived in recent months, partly by conservatives and partly by Lewinsky's Vanity Fair article.