Hillary Clinton Calls Trump “Sexual Assaulter” But Downplays Bill’s Oval Office Sex Exploits

Hillary Clinton’s selective reasoning and hypocrisy are on full display.

During a BBC interview, Clinton was asked about the recent sexual harassment and assault allegations against Hollywood producer and Democrat donor Harvey Weinstein, who gave thousands to her political career.

Clinton artfully pivoted the focus from Weinstein to labeling President Trump a “sexual assaulter.”

Fox News reports (see video):

“This kind of behavior cannot be tolerated anywhere, whether it’s in entertainment, politics,” Clinton said. “After all, we have someone admitting to being a sexual assaulter in the Oval Office.”

Clinton’s criticism against Trump is over crude comments he made in 2005 that surfaced during the 2016 presidential election.

BBC host Andrew Marr challenged Clinton’s response by referencing allegations she dismissed from women against her husband and former president Bill Clinton.

Clinton’s response is priceless:

Marr responded by pointing out Clinton has dismissed allegations made by women against her husband, former President Bill Clinton, that Trump highlighted during the hard-fought presidential campaign.

“That has all been litigated,” Clinton replied. “That was subject of a huge investigation in the late ’90s and there were conclusions drawn. That was clearly in the past.”

While Trump apologized for his words, Clinton had hoped the tape would have ended his presidential run.

“The really sad part of the campaign was how this horrific tape, what he said about women in the past, what he said about women during the campaign, was discounted by a lot of voters,” she said.

Clinton claims to be for women’s rights but her blatant hypocrisy and selective reasoning speaks otherwise.

 

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