‘Hillary Is Worse Than Herpes’ Juanita Broaddrick Says Fox Information Didn’t Go Far Sufficient


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When a Fox Information present visitor likened Hillary Clinton to herpes final week, apologies and condemnations flowed freely.

However to 1 one who is aware of Hillary Clinton and former President Invoice Clinton far too properly, it was a light remark in comparison with what Hillary Clinton deserved.

“Not awkward in any respect. Hillary is worse than Herpes,” Juanita Broaddrick tweeted Friday.

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Broaddrick has claimed that she was raped by the previous president, and that Hillary Clinton was the lead particular person orchestrating a cover-up.

Broaddrick emerged from the shadows in the course of the 2016 presidential marketing campaign to accuse Hillary Clinton of protecting up the crime of rape and has remained a steadfast and vocal Clinton critic.

On Thursday, Turning Level USA’s Anna Paulina appeared on Fox Information.

Host Rick Leventhal commented, “I’m amazed that with every thing happening on the planet, we nonetheless have Hillary Clinton within the headlines.”

Did Anna Paulina say something improper about Hillary Clinton?

“She gained’t go away. She’s like herpes,” Paulina mentioned, bringing the phase to a detailed.

Leventhal apologized for the “language” on the finish of the phase. Social media was break up, with Clinton supporters attacking Paulina.

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Others used the prospect to jab Hillary Clinton.

Fox Information added a extra formal, direct apology, in response to The Washington Submit.

“We’re all People, and that’s the focus, and we need to reiterate that we don’t condone the language that Anna Paulina simply displayed right here, and we apologize to Secretary Clinton for that,” Arthel Neville mentioned. “Fox Information doesn’t condone her sentiments.”

Paulina additionally tweeted an apology saying she made a “brash and unprofessional joke.”

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