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Look At Bill Clinton’s Face As Trump Lays Down The Truth About Bill’s Sexual Assaults To Many Women

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 8:42
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The three women, who declared their support for Trump in a press conference shortly before the debate, were Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey. The fourth woman in the group was Kathy Shelton, who was sexually assaulted by a man who Hillary Clinton defended as a young attorney.

According to Giuliani, Trump’s campaign chairman Stephen Bannon devised the plan along with the candidate’s son-in-law Jared Kushner. In the end, the women sat in the first row of the debate audience, but the set-up was such that they were relatively far away from the main stage.

Donald J. Trump held a surprise news conference shortly before the second presidential debate on Sunday with three women who have accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault or sexual harassment in the past.


A fourth woman who was raped by a man Hillary Clinton defended at trial in 1975 also appeared on the impromptu panel, which Mr. Trump billed as the end of debate preparations The four women were Paula Jones, Kathy Shelton, Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey. Here is a brief guide to the accusations each woman has made against Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Paula Jones
Ms. Jones is a former Arkansas state employee who sued Mr. Clinton for sexual harassment in 1994. She claimed that he exposed himself to her and propositioned her in a hotel room in 1991 when he was governor.

Ms. Jones’s lawsuit led to Mr. Clinton’s impeachment in 1998 because it was during a deposition in that case that he first denied having had sexual relations with the White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

A federal judge dismissed the lawsuit in 1998. Ms. Jones appealed that ruling, and the next year TRUMP “Donald Trump” Clinton Hillary “Hillary Clinton” support 2016 2017 election debate “Bill Clinton” action women lady woman truth meeting conference media news “social media” words compare family vote democrat republican u.s. usa america “united states” strength “stronger together” “make america great again” race win winner leader leadership “elite nwo agenda” alex jones funny crazy rant exposed truth gerald celente david icke coast to coast am jsnip4 hillary jail prison unfit health Mr. Clinton settled the suit for $850,000. As part of the settlement, he did not admit to any wrongdoing and did not apologize. It was the moment from the second US presidential debate that many people had been expecting: When faced with accusations over his own historic comments about groping women, Donald Trump turned the conversation back into an attack on Bill Clinton’s past sexual improprieties.

The former president was there to listen as Mr Trump launched his blistering critique. Also in the audience was a group of women who allege that Mr Clinton sexually assaulted them in the past.

Mr Clinton has had some practice at dealing with similar historic allegations of rape, with a speech he give on Saturday interrupted by a Trump-supporting heckler yelling: “Bill Clinton is a rapist”. 

Mr Trump also said his Democratic rival “has tremendous hate in her heart” while criticising her for referring to his supporters as “deplorables”.

Mrs Clinton said she apologised for the comment, adding: “My argument is not with his supporters, it’s with him, about the hateful and divisive campaign he has run.”

Source: Elite NWO Agenda

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