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Imagine, if you will, living in a country where the most pathetic cuckquean in that country’s history calls the current monogamous president of said country an admitted “sexual assaulter.”
A question by BBC’s Andrew Marr on disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein may get Hillary Clinton into hot water with the president. In an interview published Friday, the former secretary of state claimed her 2016 presidential rival was a self-confessed “sexual assaulter,” according to The Washington Times.
Mrs. Clinton said she was “shocked and appalled” at decades of sexual harassment charges against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein — a long-time Democratic Party donor — before bringing up Mr. Trump.
“This kind of behavior cannot be tolerated anywhere, whether it’s in entertainment [or] politics,” Mrs. Clintonsaid. “After all, we have someone admitting to being a sexual assaulter in the Oval Office. There has to be a recognition that we must stand against the kind of action that is so sexist and misogynistic.”
Mr. Marr then noted that Mrs. Clinton’s memoir, “What Happened,” seems unconcerned about sexual-assault accusations against former President Bill Clinton.
“In your book, the three women brought on stage [during the 2016 campaign] by Trump attacking your husband, you kind of dismiss them. Was that the right thing to do? Are you sure about that?”
“Well yes, because that had all been litigated,” Mrs. Clinton replied.
The question by Mr. Marr was in reference to an October 2016 debate performance in St. Louis, Missouri, in which Mr. Clinton’s accusers — Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick and Paula Jones — sat in the audience.
- Juanita Broaddrick insists Mr. Clinton raped her in 1978 when she was 35 years old.
- Kathleen Willey claims Mr. Clinton sexually assaulted her November 1993 while she was a former White House aide.
- Paula Jones filed a lawsuit against Mr. Clinton for sexual harassment in 1994. An $850,000 out-of-court settlement was reached in 1998.