(WASHINGTON POST) — One month ago, the conservative radio host Aaron Klein aired a worldwide exclusive. Not even the New York Times could get what Klein was about to offer — an interview with Juanita Broaddrick, the former Arkansas nursing home administrator who claimed to have been raped by a young Gov. Bill Clinton. Klein, who'd been in college when Broaddrick first told the story, asked her to retell it in detail. He listened as Broaddrick described Hillary Clinton allegedly thanking her for "everything" she did, which seemed, to Broaddrick, like a request to keep quiet. Then he played a clip of Hillary Clinton telling supporters that rape victims had "the right to be heard," and "the right to be believed."
"She's sitting there and focusing part of her campaign on standing up for women," said Klein. "Is Hillary a woman who stands up for other women in circumstances like this?"
"Oh, no, she's not," said Broaddrick.
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