Monica Lewinsky may have caused a stir one month ago after publicly speaking out for the first time about her affair with President Bill Clinton, but it didn't ruffle any of former first lady Hillary Clinton's feathers.
That's because the 66-year-old didn't bother reading the 40-year-old's Vanity Fair essay. When asked recently about it, the former Secretary of State bluntly said, "I dealt with all of that in my book Living History. That was a long time ago. I certainly have moved on."
But does she have any regrets about reportedly calling the former White House intern a "narcissistic loony toon?"
"I'm not going to comment on what did or didn't happen," Hillary said. "I think everybody needs to look to the future."
And a bright (and possibly busy) future it will be as she prepares to welcome a grandchild this year and potentially run for office in 2016.
Commenting on daughter Chelsea's pregnancy, Hillary shared, "With the extra joy of 'I'm about to become a grandmother,' I want to live in the moment."
But also admitted, "At the same time I am concerned about what I see happening in the country and in the world. Through the next months, I will think more about what role I can or, in my mind, should play."
Though Hillary is widely believed to be a frontrunner for the Democratic nomination, she hasn't made up her mind when it comes to the 2016 Presidential race.
"To have a woman president is something I would love to see happen, but I'll just have to make my own decision about what I think is right for me," she told People magazine.