“By the way, you know, it’s not like the worst things, OK,” Trump said. “You look at what Clinton’s gone through with all of the problems and all of the things that he’s done.”
Hannity went on to question whether the newspaper would interview women including Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey. All three have accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct.
“In one case, it’s about exposure. In another case, it’s about groping and fondling and touching against a woman’s will,” Hannity said.
“And rape,” Trump responded.
“And rape,” Hannity repeated.”
Monica Lewinsky, a 21 year old unpaid intern was a subordinate of then President Clinton. Trump also brought up Clinton’s “impeachment for lying” about his sexual encounters with her. Trump said, “And losing your law license. You know, Bill Clinton lost his law license, okay”… He couldn’t practice law. And you don’t read about this on Clinton.”
Juanita Broderick say’s she could never forgive the Clinton’s. She includes Hillary because following her alleged rape she felt threatened by her.
Paula Jones received $850,000 in an out of court settlement for Bill Clinton’s alleged sexual harassment.
Kathren Willey claims Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her. She thanked Donald Trump in January for highlighting Bill Clinton’s history towards women. She also urged more victims to come forward. She is campaigning against Hillary Clinton.
Sen. Rand Paul said most companies wouldn’t hire a man like Bill Clinton. Breitbart reports:
“I think most company policies in most American corporations wouldn’t even hire someone like Bill Clinton because of his threat to the young people in the workplace,” Paul told Breitbart News in the exclusive phone interview. “As CEO in any company in America, his behavior with an intern would be so unacceptable that he’s really not someone that any company in America would hire.”
Paul also said that the Clintons—as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Bill’s husband, seeks to ascend to the presidency—must answer these questions and must answer them in a straightforward manner. Paul argued that the woman should be believed when it comes to allegations of rape and sexual assault, and that no exception should be made for Bill Clinton.
“I think it is important,” Paul said. “Probably one of the most poignant questions that was addressed to Hillary Clinton was, ‘Hillary Clinton: When a woman says that she has been raped, or a woman says that she has been taken advantage of, should we believe her?’ The question that was asked of her was ‘Should we believe women when they report that someone has harassed her?’ That’s what Hillary Clinton said, is you should, and a person in the audience said ‘well, what about Bill?’ And she refused to answer the question, and I think that’s unacceptable. There’s been a lot of accusations. Should we believe the accuser, or should we take Bill Clinton’s word for it?”