The man accused of sexual assault by several women yesterday complained about “assaults” on Hillary by her political opponents.

Before a small Las Vegas crowd, Bill Clinton attempted to explain how his wife is resilient.

“I want to ask you: Could you get up and carry on under all the assaults she’s been under knowing a bunch of it’s not on the level and time after time, after time over 20 years the record’s come out and ‘oh, it’s right what she said,'” Clinton said.

Speaking of assaults, on the very same day, shocking and graphic new details emerged from one of the former president’s alleged sexual attacks.

Breitbart reported Wednesday:

In her first extensive interview in over a decade, the nurse who found Juanita Broaddrick in her hotel room immediately after Bill Clinton allegedly raped Broaddrick recounted what she says she witnessed in that room 38 years ago.

“She was crying,” recalled Norma Rogers, a nurse who worked for Broaddrick, who at the time was a nursing home administrator volunteering for then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton’s 1978 gubernatorial bid.

“And the thing I think I remember most is that her mouth was all swollen up. It was cut. … Her pantyhose were all ripped,” Rogers stated in dramatic, lengthy new testimony.

Rogers drove Broaddrick back home after the incident. This week, she recounted that emotional drive. “I think we stopped at least twice to get ice. I would go up and get fresh ice and put it on her mouth because she was trying to keep her face from bruising and looking like something bad had happened to her, you know. It was just crazy. The whole situation was just crazy.”

Maybe Hillary should be grateful — at least her “assaults” were only with words.