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Monica Lewinsky is sick of talking about her affair with Bill Clinton.

The 45 year-old, who was at the center of arguably the most famous scandal of the 1990s, walked out of an interview in Jerusalem on Monday after the interviewer asked whether she’d ever received a personal apology from the former President. 

“I’m so sorry,” Lewinsky replied. “I’m not going to be able to do this.”

At that point, the former White House intern put down the microphone and strode off stage. In the video, audience members can be heard applauding her protest.

WIBC host Tony Katz discussed the incident on his radio show Tuesday:

“Well of course she got asked about Bill Clinton. What else were you going to ask Lewinsky about? The weather? Geopolitics?

…I didn’t think it was the most brazen question in the world; it was asked within the context of a conversation about bullying. I mean I’m just blown away that it’s 2018 and I’m still talking about Monica Lewinsky.”

Click below to hear Tony’s full commentary: