Juanita Broaddrick Criticizes NBC: ‘Is There Any Reporter Willing to Ask Bill Clinton About Raping Me?’

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Juanita Broaddrick, the Arkansas woman who has long claimed that former President Bill Clinton raped her, ripped NBC on Monday for not asking Clinton about the alleged rape in a “Today Show” interview that aired on Monday.

NBC’s Craig Melvin did ask Clinton about his relationship with former intern Monica Lewinsky, at which point the former president grew heated and defended his actions.

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Broaddrick slammed NBC and Melvin for ignoring her rape claim against the former president. “This is so disgusting,” she wrote on Twitter. “Is there ANY reporter willing to ask Bill Clinton about RAPING me?”

“Would the NBC TODAY show like for me to come on and talk about my RAPE by Bill Clinton since they don’t have the ‘balls’ to ask him,” the 75-year-old continued. “Oh..Wait…… you are the same Network that delayed my interview until after the scumbag’s impeachment hearing was over.”

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Broaddrick has said for decades that Clinton raped her while serving as Arkansas’s attorney general.

Clinton, Broaddrick claims, violently raped her in an Arkansas hotel room while she was volunteering on his campaign for governor.

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Editor’s note: In 1999, Clinton’s lawyer David Kendall said,  “Any allegation that the president assaulted Mrs. Broaddrick more than 20 years ago is absolutely false. Beyond that, we’re not going to comment.” 

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