Hillary Clinton 'I played no role in criticizing the women that accused Bill of sexual misconduct'

Hillary Clinton: ‘I played no role in criticizing the women that accused Bill of sexual misconduct’

In an interview with CBS’ “Sunday Morning,” Hillary Clinton defended Bill Clinton’s affair with 22-year-old White House intern Monica Lewinsky. 

In the interview with “CBS Sunday Morning,” former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defended the actions of herself and her husband during the scandal over the former president’s affair with Monica Lewinsky. Asked if he should have resigned, the 2016 presidential candidate replied, “Absolutely not.”

Clinton also denied that she bullied the women who accused the former president of sexual harassment.

Let’s not forget the “Bimbo eruptions”

CBS correspondent Tony Dokoupil asked Hillary Clinton: ” In retrospect, do you think Bill Clinton should have resigned in the wake of the Monica Lewinsky scandal?” 

“Absolutely not,” Hillary Clinton said without skipping a beat.

“It wasn’t an abuse of power?” Mr. Dokoupil asked.

“No. No.” Hillary said. 

Bill Clinton was nearly 50 years old in 1995 when he began having an extramarital affair with then 22-year-old White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

A few years later, Drudge broke the news about the affair and it ultimately hit the mainstream media.

President Clinton initially denied having the affair with Lewinsky and Hillary called it a vast right-wing conspiracy, But he was ultimately impeached for perjuring himself.

Of course, this was an abuse of power. President Clinton was the most powerful man on earth at the time he had an affair with a White House intern who was only in her early twenties!

When asked what role she played in criticizing the women who accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct, Hillary replied: “none.”

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