Trump Turns The Tables on Hillary With Tweet About Bill’s Abuse of Women

Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton addresses the media after presiding over a meeting with Secretary of Defense Leon E. Panetta, Filipino Secretary of Foreign Affairs Albert del Rosario and Secretary of National Defense Voltaire Gazmin Monday, April 30, 2012, at the Department of State, Washington, D.C. (DoD Photo By Glenn Fawcett)(Released)

Trump is finally helping to expose what the mainstream media won’t: Hillary’s “nasty, mean behavior” and complicity in her husband’s sexual abuse of women.

On the Fox News Sean Hannity Show, Sean Hannity accused The New York Times of its blatant bias for going after Trump’s previous relationships, without addressing the numerous sexcapades of Bill Clinton. Hannity said:

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“I looked at The New York Times. Are they going to interview Juanita Broaddrick? Are they going to interview Paula Jones? Are they going to interview Kathleen Willey?”

“In one case, it’s about exposure. In another case it’s about groping and fondling and touching against a woman’s will.”

“And rape,” Trump added.

After hearing this, Juanita Broaddrick tweeted:

Prior to going on Fox News, Trump tweeted:

And in Spokane, Washington, on May 8, Trump said the former first lady was an “enabler” of her husband who “abused women more than any man that we know of in the history of politics.” 

“She’s married to a man who hurt many women.

“Hillary hurt many women, the women that he abused.”

Trump’s not alone. Ultra-liberal Former Democratic Congresswoman Dr. Cynthia McKinney, who warns:

“Don’t vote for Hillary Clinton because most people have no idea who she is, let alone how dangerous she is. 

“Under no circumstances should any THINKING voter, vote for Clinton.” 

 

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