After all of these years, Hillary Clinton is still defending the inexcusable sleaze of her husband. She claims Bill didn't abuse his power during his affair with Monica Lewinsky.
It's disgusting that Hillary Clinton continues to lie and gets away with it.
During a CBS interview on Sunday, Hillary Clinton denied demeaning Bill Clinton's accusers. This is a flat out lie. Let's ask Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey how true this is. Yet he still had the nerve to bring up President Trump.
Hillary claims that since Monica Lewinsky was an adult while in the Oval Office, this is not an abuse of power by her Bill. She was a naive young lady who was taken advantage of by the President of the United States. If she made the first move, which is doubtful, he should have done the right thing and taken a step back and declined.
Bill Clinton didn't just lie. He was impeached for lying in front of a grand jury. Yet Hillary tries to switch the accusations to Trump.
Per Business Insider:
The former first lady and US Secretary of State was questioned about her husband’s affair with Lewinsky during an uncomfortable interview on “CBS Sunday Morning.”
Clinton said she didn’t think her husband’s affair with Lewinsky, which began in 1995 when Lewinsky was a 22-year-old White House intern, was an abuse of power, arguing that Lewinsky was an adult at the time.
Clinton was asked if, in retrospect, her husband should have resigned in the wake of the scandal, to which Clinton replied, “absolutely not.”
She then changed the subject to President Donald Trump, who has been accused of sexual assault by several women.
“But let me ask you this. Where’s the investigation of the current incumbent, against whom numerous allegations have been made, and which he dismisses, denies, and ridicules?'” Clinton said.
Bill Clinton used his position of power to take advantage of a woman. No matter what Hillary Clinton says to defend her sleazy husband. It could be argued that when it comes to a powerful boss sexually engaging with an underling there is no consent.