Juanita Broaddrick never wanted to meet the press. In February of 1999, Dorothy Rabinowitz, a member of The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board, wrote that when the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal broke the year before, the media pursuit was on for Broaddrick as it became clear her story about an alleged sexual assault by Bill Clinton would have significant impact on the outcome of the impeachment proceedings against the President.
In January of 1999, a month after Clinton’s impeachment by the House--and in the midst of the Senate trial grappling with whether Monica Lewinsky should testify--Broaddrick finally agreed to meet NBC’s Lisa Myers for an interview. As Rabinowitz wrote, Broaddrick’s decision to go forward with an interview came after “she contemplated all the layers of tawdry rumor about her that had multiplied in the wake of the other, larger scandal involving the president.”
Her account begins in 1978, when then-Juanita Hickey was a 35 year-old Clinton campaign worker, and Attorney General Bill Clinton, who was running for governor of Arkansas, visited a nursing home where she worked as a nurse.
Very sad that as Monica Lewinsky makes the rounds still not owning up to her part in the Clinton Scandal, Bill is revered like a GOD...since when do we revere men who rape and sexually harass women. The real war on women stay under the radar...unspoken of unless to discredit a worthy conservative. Hillary's politics of personal destruction is the REAL WAR ON WOMEN...