Hillary has audacity to call hubby’s sexual allegations different than everyone else’s. She’s about to regret it.

Hillary Clinton continues to make some eyebrow-raising comments of late, but her claim that allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior made against husband Bill Clinton are different than those leveled against President Donald Trump is quite audacious.

Sitting down with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour to publicize an upcoming 13-city tour featuring her and Bill, which kicks off after the midterm election, Clinton was asked about fielding questions about allegations made against the former president and how that compared to Trump.

“Well, there’s a very significant difference,” Clinton replied. “And that is the intense, long-lasting, partisan investigation that was conducted in the 90s.

“If the Republicans, starting with President Trump on down want a comparison, they should welcome such an investigation themselves.”

The Clinton strategy being to ignore multiple allegations of sexual misconduct directed at Bill by focusing on his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinski and a sexual harassment claim by Paula Jones, which played out in his January 1999 impeachment trial.

Hillary spoke about how it wasn’t “easy” for Bill, and how strong he had to be.

“Bill had to be incredibly strong,” she said. “First to be elected, then to be reelected, and to survive. And it wasn’t easy, by any means.”

She then did what Clinton’s may do best, she pivoted.

“[Bill Clinton] really believes Democrats have to be tougher and have to stand up to the bullying and intimidation,” Mrs. Clinton said.

Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who says Clinton raped her in 1978, reacted to the interview on Twitter by ripping Hillary as a “lying hypocrite” and to say her case was never litigated.

“YOU LYING HYPOCRITE @HillaryClinton My case was NEVER litigated!! That’s why I’m calling for an investigation now. IF I CAN GET 100k signatures, the WORLD will KNOW IT, Hillary. THEN where will you hide?” she tweeted.

In another tweet, Broaddrick called attention to her petition that demands a federal investigation of the rape allegation.

The petition states:

This petition is important because Bill Clinton continues to receive federal benefits. No criminal investigation has ever been conducted into Bill Clinton’s sex crimes. We believe this warrants a federal investigation because the crimes may have occurred across state lines. We demand an investigation into the rape of Juanita Broaddrick. Additionally, these may constitute civil rights violations because women specifically were targeted.

 

Broaddrick credited Hillary Clinton’s inability to “shut up” as a motivating factor for her.

“Hillary Clinton does not know when to SHUT UP….and that’s a good thing. She keep the fire in me raging,” she tweeted.

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