DONALD TRUMP PRE-DEBATE CONFERENCE FEATURES VICTIMS OF BILL CLINTON’S RAPE ATTACKS
Trump’s pre-debate Facebook Live features Bill Clinton accusers
Donald Trump is apparently employing a scorched-earth policy in the second presidential debate Sunday night, if a pre-debate Facebook Live video is any indication.
In the video, which Trump billed as a glimpse into the final stages of his debate prep, the GOP presidential nominee is joined by three of Bill Clinton’s most prominent accusers: Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey. Also appearing is Kathy Shelton, who argues that Hillary Clinton as an attorney in the 1970s attacked her credibility while representing a man she says raped her.
Introducing the group as “four courageous women,” Trump then offered each of them to chance to deliver brief remarks.
Jones, who sued Bill Clinton alleging that he sexually harassed her while Arkansas governor, said she was there because Trump is “going to make America great again.”
Broaddrick, who alleges Clinton sexually assaulted her in 1978, was more pointed: “Mr. Trump may have said some bad words, but Bill Clinton raped me, and Hillary Clinton threatened me. I don’t think there’s any comparison.”
Bill Clinton’s lawyer in 1999 said in a statement that Broaddrick’s allegation was “absolutely false.”