Oh my - a few facts little lambs - who actually pay attention:
Juanita Broderick's initial report was that her husband pimped her to Gov. Clinton to advance his own political career. She didn't use the word "rape" until the right wing coached her during the impeachment.
Paula Jones' lawyers quit the case when examination of her employment records and a collection of photos from her ex-husband proved that the "harassment" charges had been a lie. Ann Coulter and the Rutherford Institute picked up the case, gave Jones a nose job and make over and used her to get Pres. Clinton into a deposition where they asked him about Lewinsky. By the way, it was the Rutherford Institute lawyers who decided that the definition of "sexual relations" consisted only of "vaginal intercourse," thereby allowing Clinton to say he "never had sexual relations with that woman" without legally lying.
Kathleen Wiley tried to proposition Clinton to get her husband a job. Clinton rejected her, her husband committed suicide and Wiley has blamed Clinton ever since for what her husband did.
The rapist who was represented by Hilary Clinton was tried and acquitted by a jury. She did her job. The police and prosecutor failed to do theirs. Who was really to blame for that rapist getting off?
Missing from Trump's little rogues' gallery were Gennifer Flowers and Monica Lewinsky, whose big #$%$ is that Bill dumped and denied them, and Elizabeth Ward Gracen, who had a consensual one night stand with Gov. Clinton when she was Miss Arkansas. Gracen spent over a year traveling from country to country dodging Ken Starr's subpoenas because she refused to be used as a political pawn.
Ken Starr broke the law, and violated Clinton's constitutional rights, by releasing the transcripts of the Grand Jury, but was never prosecuted or punished for that.
Meanwhile, "if you rewind to 1998, the Republican presidential nominee had a very different view of the 42nd president, defending him as the real "victim" in the wake of the fallout of the Monica Lewinsky scandal and blasting the accusers as "terrible" and "unattractive." He also suggested that Clinton should have kept the scandal -- which he said "should have been nothing -- to himself."
Days after President Clinton admitted to having an inappropriate relationship with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, Trump said Clinton was a “victim” and critiqued the physical appearances of various women with whom Clinton had been accused of having extramarital relations at different times. “It’s like it's from hell, it's a terrible group of people,” Trump said in an interview with FOX News' Neil Cavuto on Aug. 19, 1998. Asked by Cavuto if Clinton’s image as a “quasi-sex symbol” stood to somehow benefit from the alleged extramarital relations, Trump took issue with the characterization.
“I don't necessarily agree with his victims, his victims are terrible,” Trump said. “He is really a victim himself. But he put himself in that position.” “The whole group, Paula Jones, Lewinsky, it's just a really unattractive group. I'm not just talking about physical," he said. “Would it be any different if it were a supermodel crowd?” Cavuto then asked. “I think at least it would be more pleasant to watch,” Trump replied.
Trump suggested that Clinton could have avoided the public relations fallout that followed his admission of "inappropriate" relations with Lewinsky had he stayed silent on the topic altogether, rather than initially denying the reports of an sexual relations only to later admit to a relationship. “It's a shame, it's really a shame,” Trump said. “I've watched all my life politicians in New York, something gets brought up on them. I don't talk about my personal life. So what are you going to do? I don't talk about personal life.”
“They've taken nothing and made it a big monster,” Trump said in reference to the Lewinsky scandal. “I mean they've made Watergate out of really what should've been nothing.” “I don't know if that's a good thing in terms of what Starr has done or a terrible thing, I think it's a terrible thing, actually,” Trump added, presumably referring to the former Whitewater independent counsel who expanded his investigation into the Lewinsky affair.
As far as his personal opinion of Clinton, Trump gave Clinton a strong rating. “I think he's terrific. I think the guy's terrific. I just hate the way he tried to get out of this mess,” Trump said. “In terms of myself, I love him as a president because business has been great, the economy's been booming. We have to give him credit,” he said."