Juanita Broaddrick was overcome with emotion when she heard Donald Trump talking about her accusations against Bill Clinton.

“When I heard Mr. Trump utter the word ‘rape’ when referring to me, I cried,” Broaddrick tells The American Mirror.

“It is difficult for me to say the ‘R’ word. Most of the time I say sexual assault, but it was RAPE. I am grateful to him for not shying away from the correct terminology to describe the most horrific event in my life,” she says.

She was referring to an appearance by Trump on “Hannity” Wednesday night. Host Sean Hannity named Broaddrick, along with Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey — all women who have accused Bill Clinton of harassment or assault.

Broaddrick tells The American Mirror she has never met Donald Trump, nor has she had any interaction with his organization.

“I have no idea what the Clintons have in store for him, but I think he can handle anything that comes his way,” she says.

She believes he “has all of the information he needs to be able to speak with knowledge of what we all went through at the hands of Bill Clinton.”

Broaddrick has accused then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton of raping her in a Little Rock hotel room in 1978.