Daily Mail: Znásilnění a sexuální obtěžování!! Dožene Hillary náruživost jejího muže?

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Pondělní duel je pro oba kandidáty zásadní. Zatímco Donald už avizoval, že chce být hlavně sám sebou, Hillary dolaďuje taktiku s rétory a dalšími poradci. Bude jí to ale stačit? V publiku totiž usednou minimálně dvě ženy, které na jejího manžela nevzpomínají vůbec v dobrém! Juanita Broaddricková na twitteru zveřejila, že jí bylo 35, když jí Bill Clinton znásilnil. Bylo to v roce 1978, když kandidoval na guvernéra Arkansasu, a Hillary se ji snažila umlčet. Další ženou v publiku bude Paula Jonesová, která Clintona obvinila z obtěžování. Její výpověď vnesla světlo do případu Lewinská…


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  • Upon hearing that Bill Clinton’s ex-mistress could come to the presidential debate, both Paul Jones and Juanita Broaddrick wanted in
  • Broaddrick claims that the ex-president raped her in 1978, while Jones accused Clinton of sexual harassment
  • Both women believe Trump should invite Bill’s ex-mistresses and victims, while Jones thought Benghazi family members should be there too
  • This morning Kellyanne Conway said that the Trump campaign did not officially invite ex-mistress Gennifer Flowers
  • Trump had tweeted that suggestion upon hearing that the Clinton campaign had invited billionaire Mark Cuban to attend
  • Mike Pence, Donald Trump’s running mate, also said that Flowers would not be in the debate audience tomorrow night

Hearing that Bill Clinton’s ex-mistress Gennifer Flowers might attend Monday night’s presidential debate, Juanita Broaddrick, who has accused the ex-president of rape, and Paula Jones, who sued Clinton for sexual harassment, want to attend the confab too.

‚Sure I would like to be at such an epic event just to look Hillary in the face,‘ Broaddrick said in an interview with The Daily Mirror, published Sunday, as Trump’s campaign manager and running mate made clear that Flowers would not be attending Monday’s event as a guest of the Trump campaign.

Jones, who was encouraged to go to the debate by Trump supporters on Twitter, said she wished she could say she was going, ‚but I haven’t been invited.‘

She later tweeted that she thought Trump should invite the families of Benghazi victims as well.

Jones sued Bill Clinton for sexual harassment and her case brought to light the president’s affair with Monica Lewinsky and led to his impeachment, in which he was acquitted by the Senate.

Broaddrick says Bill Clinton raped her in an Little Rock, Arkansas, hotel room in 1978 while he was campaigning to become the governor of the state.

Bill Clinton’s lawyers have called her claim ‚categorically false‘.

She first made her story public in 1999, but has remained a vocal critic of the Clintons through this election cycle, labeling Bill Clinton and ‚abuser‘ and Hillary Clinton an ‚enabler.‘

She pointed to a meeting with Hillary Clinton that occurred several weeks after the alleged rape, in which the current Democratic nominee grabbed her hand and thanked Broaddrick for helping Bill.

‚We want to thank you for everything that you do for Bill,‘ Hillary Clinton said, according to Broaddrick. ‚Everything you do for Bill,‘ Hillary Clinton repeated, which Broaddrick interpreted as a threat.

If Broaddrick got a chance to confront Hillary Clinton, she said she’d call her a liar.

‚Remember me? I’m the one your husband raped and threatened,‘ Broaddrick told The American Mirror she would say. ‚I’m still here telling the truth and you are a liar.‘

 Broaddrick argued that Trump should have Bill Clinton’s ex mistresses and alleged victims in the audience Monday night ‚to remind everyone who supports [Hillary Clinton] that she covered up and attacked so many women her husband sexually abused and had affairs with.‘

‚She did it all for power and money,‘ Broaddrick said of the Democratic nominee. ‚She is not for women’s rights when it comes to Bill Clinton’s victims,‘ Broaddrick said.

This morning, however, Trump’s campaign manager and running mate both said that Flowers would not be attending the debate, at least as a guest of the Trump campaign.

‚Gennifer Flowers will not be attending the debate tomorrow night,‘ said Indiana Gov. Mike Pence this morning on ‚Fox News Sunday.‘

Kellyanne Conway told George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s ‚This Week‘ that Flowers ‚has not been invited by the campaign.

Speaking to Jake Tapper on CNN’s ‚State of the Union,‘ Conway chided the Clinton campaign for inviting billionaire Mark Cuban, which caused Trump to tweet that he’d like to have Flowers attend the affair.

‚I can’t believe how easily baited the Clinton campaign was,‘ Conway said. ‚Basically Mr. Trump was saying if Mark Cuban is going to send out these texts, „the humbling at Hofstra“ or „this is his big downfall,“ than Mr. Trump was putting them on notice that we could certainly invite guests that may get into the head of Hillary Clinton.‘

‚But we have not invited her formally and we don’t expect her to be there as a guest of the Trump campaign,‘ Conway continued.

 ‚I can understand why Hillary Clinton wants a billionaire in the front row, that’s just another Monday night for her,‘ Conway said.

Trump’s campaign manager added that she thought the Clinton campaign should have ignored Trump’s threat.

‚It seems odd, it seems odd that they would give it life and breath since you just said three times in a row that Gov. Clinton had an affair with her. I didn’t say it,‘ Conway said, noting how many young Americans weren’t familiar with Flowers‘ allegation that rattled Bill Clinton’s 1992 campaign.

 Trump made the threat to invite Flowers on Twitter Saturday afternoon after Cuban said he received a front-row seat to the event.

‚If dopey Mark Cuban of failed Benefactor fame wants to sit in the front row, perhaps I will put Gennifer Flowers right alongside of him!‘ Trump wrote.

Flowers replied promptly and said Saturday afternoon she had agreed to join Monday’s debate. 

‚Ms Flowers has agreed to join Donald at the debate,‘ her personal assistant told BuzzFeed.

Flowers seemed to respond to Trump’s potential invitation directly on Twitter. An unverified account in her name, on which Flowers appears to have posted many photos and selfies, tweeted: ‚Hi Donald. You know I’m in your corner and will definitely be at the debate!‘

The message ended with a kiss emoji showing two lips.

Cuban meanwhile responded in a tweet of his own: ‚Donald. Remember when you told me on the phone we were ‚Bobbsie Twins‘ and I laughed ?‘

He appeared to be referring to the Bobbsey Twins, a series of children’s novels published throughout the 20th century. The books have since come under fire for being racist, especially through the portrayal of the family’s cook, a black woman named Dinah.

Trump first misspelled Flower’s first name, writing it with a ‚j‘ instead of a ‚g‘. He deleted this first tweet and retweeted the same message, this with the proper spelling, as shown in grabs from The Hill.

Bill Clinton testified under oath in 1998 that he had sex with Flowers, an actress and model.

She had come forward in 1992 saying she had an affair with him during his time as governor from the late 1970s to the end of 1989.

He had previously denied having an affair with Flowers during a 1992 interview on 60 Minutes.

His wife’s campaign told CNN on Friday that they had invited Cuban to the debate.

‚He has the best seat we have access to,‘ an aide said.

Cuban owns the Dallas Mavericks, Landmark Theatres and film distributor Magnolia Pictures.

He announced his presence at Monday’s debate in a triumphant tweet Friday, writing: ‚Just got a front row seat to watch @HillaryClinton overwhelm @realDonaldTrump at the ‚Humbling at Hofstra‘ on Monday. It is on!‘

He first hoped Trump, a fellow billionaire and businessman, could bring something new to the presidential campaign. But he was quickly disappointed.

‚Trump scares me,‘ Cuban told CNN in July. ‚Donald, initially, I really hoped he would be something different, that as a businessperson, I thought there was an opportunity there. But then he went off the reservation and went bats**t crazy.‘

Cuban endorsed Clinton that same month.

He visited his hometown of Pittsburgh with the Democratic nominee and referred to Trump as a ‚jagoff,‘ a derogatory slang term used in the region.

 Cuban has since called out Trump on multiple occasions.

A tweet posted by Cuban Thursday says Trump has ‚no respect‘ for the second amendment.


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