Hillary responded to Trump’s comments about Bill being a ‘rapist’, which he stated while talking to Hannity. What do you think about her response?
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump can say “whatever he wants to say” when asked about the billionaire businessman floating that her husband, former President Clinton, wasinvolved in “rape” in the past.
“People can judged his campaign for what it is. I’m going to run my campaign,” Clinton told CNN Thursday. “He can say whatever he wants to say.”
“It’s not so much for me … what he says about me. I am really used to it. I have very thick skin,” Clinton said before rattling off all of his “offensive” stances. “I’m going after him. I’m going after him exactly on those issue and statements that are divisive and dangerous and I actually think that’s what the American people want to see.”
Read more: Washington Examiner
One of Bill Clinton’s victims is also speaking out about her experience, and even claims that there are more like her out there.
With Donald Trump making it clear that Bill Clinton’s sexual history will become a central part of his presidential campaign against his wife Hillary, the woman who accused the former president of rape is dishing new details of the effects the alleged sexual attack had on her.
Juanita Broaddrick said she even remembers hoping ‘that evil man’ would die during his 2004 quadruple heart bypass surgery.
Now, she added, she is happy to see Clinton looking ‘so terrible, like death warmed over’, as he campaigns for his wife.
Broaddrick is also attacking the New York Times for an article on Trump’s own history with women, while ignoring the potential First Gentleman’s.
‘The NY times should do equal time investigating Hilary’s (sic) enabling of Bill Clinton’s sexual assaults on women,’ Broaddrick tweeted on Wednesday afternoon.
Trump’s broadside during an interview with Fox News’s Sean Hannity, when he openly accused Clinton of raping Broaddrick, threatens to drag the sexual history of both men into the 2016 campaign for the White House.
During the interview Hannity suggested the Times should speak to Broaddrick as well as Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey, two other women who have accused Clinton of sexual misconduct.
Read more: Daily Mail