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‘Evil in Every Sense of the Word’: Juanita Broaddrick Marks 40 Years Since Alleged Bill Clinton Rape


Today is exactly forty years from the day Juanita Broaddrick claims Bill Clinton raped her. To commemorate the day her “life changed forever,” Broaddrick provided a detailed description of what allegedly happened on April 25, 1978.

Broaddrick said she was staying at the Camelot Hotel in Little Rock, Arkansas for a nursing seminar. She had met Clinton a few weeks prior and called him to set up a meeting to discuss information related to the nursing industry that they had talked about. She said Clinton suggested meeting at her hotel, and they planned to get together at the hotel’s coffee shop. When Clinton arrived, Broaddrick said, he called to say the shop was crowded and suggested meeting in her room.

“Who knew I was going to let a monster into my room,” she tweeted.

He arrived wearing sunglasses, and soon after entering the room, he grabbed her and started kissing her, she described. “I told him NO!!” she recalled.

Broaddrick described how Clinton allegedly bit her lip to keep her from screaming, pushed her on the bed, and raped her. She claimed her lip was swollen and bleeding afterwards, and Clinton told her to “put some ice on that.”

“Bill Clinton is evil in every sense of the word,” she said.

Eventually, she said, her nursing director who was sharing the hotel room came back, and Broaddrick told her what happened.

Broaddrick criticized those who have politicized her story and condemned her for supporting Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.

“Do you think I wanted to see my rapist and his enabler in the White House??” she asked. “I think not.”

After recalling the alleged events, Broaddrick tweeted that she will not stop telling her story, despite the pain the memory causes her.

“It never goes away,” she said.

[Image via Justin Sullivan/Getty Images]

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