Bill Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick is weighing in on the controversy over the New York Times interviewing Donald Trump’s former girlfriends: give “equal time” scrutinizing Hillary Clinton.
“The NY Time should do equal time investigating Hillary’s enabling of Bill Clinton’s sexual assaults on women,” Broaddrick tweeted on Wednesday.
The NY times should do equal time investigating Hilary's enabling of Bill Clintons sexual assaults on women
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) May 18, 2016
Speaking to The American Mirror in April, Broaddrick said, “So many of the people say, ‘Well, Hillary’s not Bill and she can’t be liable for his mistakes.’ She was a huge part of his mistakes because she was his enabler.
“And she allowed these things to go on. I don’t know if that was their partnership — that she knew that he had all these dalliances and assaults. I don’t know if that’s what made them be able to be cohesive.
“I don’t understand about her looking the other way and trying to cover it up. I don’t know if that was just part of their partnership.”
As for the Clintons’ relationship, Broaddrick believes it’s “a farce.
“I do not think that this is a loving marriage. I think it’s a partnership.”
She believes the whole situation is “cold. It’s calculating. I think they’re evil,” she says before laughing.
“I truly think they’re evil.”
Broaddrick has accused Clinton of raping her in a Little Rock hotel in 1978.