Yikes! And he says the 29 women on SNL who wrote something on Al Franken’s behalf should count more than the multiple women who accused him including the “first one” which he calls into question. Reminder: the “first one” showed a picture of him grabbing Shannon Tweed’s chest. Dead to rights. The ‘question’ to Bill vs. the photo evidence? Tweed was a Trump supporter.
President Bill Clinton’s new interview with PBS NewsHour, which aired last week, featured some shocking, and strikingly tone-deaf, comments from the former president about sexual harassment and assault, including his opinion that “what you can do to someone against their will” has changed.
The New York Times‘ Alex Burns tweeted an excerpt from a RealClearPolitics article, which quoted Clinton’s PBS interview.
Clinton’s comments seem to suggest that he believes there was a time in which doing anything against someone’s will was acceptable or normal.
Clinton also defended ousted Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), who resigned from the U.S. Senate amid sexual harassment allegations. Clinton said, as part of his comments on Franken, that “maybe I’m just an old-fashioned person.”
Juanita Broaddrick responds: