In case you missed it earlier this week, former Secretary of State and self-proclaimed "champion of women and girls" Hillary Clinton, issued a very long explanation about why she failed to fire a senior male staffer who was sexually harassing a subordinate. At the time of the issue, firing was recommended by senior officials on her team. Clinton declined.
Clinton posted her statement just minutes before President Trump's State of the Union address on Tuesday night, a politically calculated move that guaranteed it would get limited coverage.
Notice throughout the novel she wrote, there isn't an actual apology. There is an admission she should have done things differently, followed by several paragraphs of justifications. After all, Hillary is never really responsible for anything.