During an interview with conservative commentator Sean Hannity this Wednesday evening, presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump bluntly slammed former President Bill Clinton, the husband of Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton, for being an alleged sexual abuser.
The conversation initially centered around The New York Time’s recent hit piece on Trump, but then Hannity wondered whether the paper would ever take the same amount of time to look into the litany of allegations against Clinton as per his alleged behavior of “groping and fondling and touching against a woman’s will.”
“And rape,” Trump then added while speaking on Fox News. “And big settlements, massive settlements, and lots of other things. And impeachment for lying. And losing your law license. And you don’t read about this on Clinton.”
His comments may be heard around the 4:05 mark in the video below:
“I said to one of the women, I said, don’t eat — you shouldn’t have a piece of candy, OK?” Trump continued. “How do you compare that against Clinton, OK, what Clinton’s done?”
In a world based on logic and reason, you wouldn’t, in that the sickening behavior of Bill Clinton makes the comments about women allegedly made by Trump look trivial in comparison.
This especially holds true given that a large number of these allegedly offensive comments have already been debunked. A day after The New York Times published its hit piece, for instance, former Trump girlfriend Rowanne Brewer Lane explained to Fox News that despite what the paper wrote about her, Trump never once “demeaned” her in any way.
Now if you were to ask Juanita Broaddrick and Paula Jones, among others, similar questions about Clinton’s behavior, you can rest assured that you would get completely different answers. Unfortunately, however, The Times has no intention of ever asking them.
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