Bill Clinton ‘rape’ victim Juanita Broaddrick tells of lasting trauma of 1978 ‘attack’ and claims another ‘victim’ has told her: ‘There are more of us out there’
- Juanita Broaddrick, now a 73-year-old grandmother, claims Bill Clinton, now 69, raped her in a Little Rock hotel room in 1978
- Clinton’s lawyers have called Broaddrick’s claim ‘categorically false’
- Broaddrick has detailed the trauma she’s faced since the alleged attack
- The Arkansas woman first made her claim that Clinton had raped her in 1999, more than two decades after it allegedly happened
- She says she remembers hoping ‘that evil man’ would die during his 2004 quadruple heart bypass surgery.
- She said she is happy to see Clinton looking ‘so terrible, like death warmed over’, as he campaigns for his wife
- Broaddrick has also attacked the New York Times for an article on Trump’s own history with women, while ignoring Clinton’s
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.
‘In one case, it’s about exposure,’ Hannity said referring to the Times’s coverage of Trump. ‘In another case, it’s about groping and foundling and touching against a woman’s will.’
‘And rape,’ Trump interjected.
Broaddrick, now a 73-year-old grandmother living in Van Buren, Arkansas, claims Clinton, now 69, raped her in a Little Rock hotel room in 1978. Clinton’s lawyers have called her claim ‘categorically false’.
In a new interview with Candice Jackson, who wrote the 2005 book Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine, Broaddrick talked about the effect the alleged attack has had on her in the 38 years since it happened.
She said she had nightmares for months, panic attacks that left her breathless and fearing she was about to die and claustrophobia which she still suffers from.
‘It’s been embarrassing at times,’ Broaddrick told Jackson in the interview for the conservative website WorldNetDaily
‘If I’m riding in a car with friends, I can’t sit in the back seat unless it’s a four-door car. I guess I just can’t handle feeling trapped, like I can’t escape. I can’t sit in the back of a car or plane unless I’m right by the door.
‘It brings back the fear of being held down, like in that hotel room.
‘There are so many ways that evil man has affected my life,’ Broaddrick, who is now retired after a lifetime running a nursing
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