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Lewinsky: I was the 'most humiliated woman in world'

Monica Lewinsky describes herself as the “most humiliated woman in the world” in her first on-camera interview in more than 10 years.

The former White House intern — who penned an essay for Vanity Fair last month — talked about the sex scandal that led to President Clinton’s impeachment trial in a new special from National Geographic called “The '90s: The Last Great Decade?”

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Now 40, Lewinsky is seen in clips of the special obtained by the “Today” show with her distinctive raven-colored hair and sporting a black jacket and several necklaces.

The day in 1998 when special prosecutor Kenneth Starr released his report divulging details of Lewinsky’s affair with the then-commander in chief was “one of the worst days of my life,” said Lewinsky.

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