Hillary Clinton named Monica Lewinsky her new campaign chriaperson in her bid for the Democratic Party nomination for President of the United States. Lewinsky, a former White House Intern and famous for her affair with President Bill Clinton, is considered a real Washington insider with her hand "on the pulse of politics and the candidates."
Hillary, in a statement to the press, said that "Monica and I have been through a lot of the same hardship and grief. When the smoke from Bill's impeachment hearings cleared, we sat down, smoked a few cigars together, and found out that we have many things in common. I really want this woman to steer my campaign. She's really good at handling things and had been a Washington mouthpiece before."
When asked if this move to put Lewinsky in charge of her campaign is permanent, the Senator replied that "it depends on what the definition of is is."