Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones Respond to Hillary Saying They’re “Misremembering” Assaults


Juanita Broaddrick and Paula Jones, two women who have accused former President Bill Clinton of rape or sexual misconduct, responded Friday to claims Hillary Clinton made about them “misremembering” the assaults.

Clinton claimed in an interview with ABC News radio host Rita Cosby on Friday that Bill’s accusers are “misremembering” history.

“Every situation has to be judged on its own merit. And there were allegations that were disproved,” she said. “It’s unfortunate that people are either misremembering or misinterpreting history.”

“I don’t know that we can rewrite and revise history,” Clinton added.

That’s so galling. Nothing was settled and he wasn’t exonerated.

Bill settled with Paula Jones for $850,000.

Host Laura Ingraham asked Ms. Broaddrick if she had the chance to confront Bill as Hillary claimed.

After they agreed the claim was “hilarious”, Ms. Broaddrick said: “It’s disgusting. No human being was protected more than Bill Clinton was. They built this wall around him.”

“And no human being was more harassed and ridiculed and trashed as Bill Clinton’s victims were. I did get a time to speak. But it was only because I had Lisa Myers. She was one of the very few who believed in me and just stayed on that story until we got it through. And I commend her for that,” she concluded.

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