Monica Lewinsky joined Twitter on Monday, accumulating 50,000 followers in less than a day.
— Monica Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky) October 20, 2014
She also made a very public appearance, speaking to a crowd of 1,000 attendees of Forbes' "30 Under 30 Summit" in Philadelphia. For the first time, Lewinsky spoke publicly about her affair with then-President Bill Clinton.
The world's most famous intern also declared herself "patient zero" and the first victim of online bullying. She said her new mission is to eliminate online bullying.
Lewinsky's speech has drawn considerable media attention, with many asking if her return to public life will cause any problems for a 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential run.
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