According to Breitbart News, Juanita Broaddrick, a gubernatorial campaign volunteer, accused Bill Clinton of rape in 1978: Then he tries to kiss me again. And then when I got over there and I kind of sat right there by the end of the couch on the -- seemed like on the armchair part. Clinton was still president in 1999 when the article was written.” 10.
And the second time he tries to kiss me he starts biting my lip … I was even to the point where I was getting very noisy, you know, yelling to ‘Please stop.’ And that’s when he pressed down on my right shoulder and he would bite my lip. When everything was over with, he got up and straightened himself, and I was crying at the moment and he walks to the door, and calmly puts on his sunglasses. And the next thing you know it, I turn around because he was kind of back over here, and he come over there, pulled his pants down, sat down and asked me to perform oral sex…He asked me would I kiss it. As a professor at the University of Arkansas, Clinton “allegedly sexually attacked a female student, groped her and tried to physically trap her in his office.” 11. Harris and Teresa Hampton, “former Arkansas students confirmed that Clinton tried to force himself on them when he was a professor.” 12.
Before this year’s presidential election, those political differences didn’t matter much.
It was as though her boyfriends merely had different tastes in alcohol, as though “they liked whiskey and I liked vodka.” Now, however, she can’t stomach the idea of dating someone who voted for President-elect Donald Trump. launch party for the League, a dating app that vets its applicants heavily before allowing them to swipe. Here’s another analogy: If Tinder is your safety school, the place where body-shaming and sexual innuendo fly as fast as you can swipe, the League is your reach school, where résumés are fact-checked and egalitarian relationships are encouraged. area singles vying for admission, about 250 of whom packed the Hawthorne bar on U Street on Thursday night.
“Bill said he could tell that Loretta knew from the get-go that she’d made a huge mistake,” his adviser said.
“Bill made small talk about golf and grandchildren and [former Attorney General] Janet Reno, and he kept at it for nearly a half-hour.
In his new book, “Guilty As Sin” (Regnery), out Tuesday, Edward Klein claims officials in the Obama administration decided before the first witness was interviewed that Hillary Clinton would not face prosecution over the handling of classified email. As his plane skidded to a halt and then headed back to its parking space, Bill grabbed a phone and called an old friend — one of his most trusted legal advisers.