Clinton Accusers Fear Hillary Presidency: She Will 'Get Even With People Who Crossed Her Path'
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On Saturday, Judge Jeanine Pirro was joined by three women who have accused the Clintons of misconduct:
Paula Jones received an $850,000 settlement from Bill Clinton after alleging he harassed and exposed himself to her while governor of Arkansas.
Kathleen Willey says she was groped and assaulted by Clinton while he was president, and Juanita Broaddrick, a nursing home administrator, said she was raped by then-Arkansas Attorney General Clinton.
All of the accusers also say Hillary Clinton either threatened or mistreated them when they went public.
Broaddrick said people knew within 30 minutes of being subject to the alleged rape that something was wrong because she "didn't show up for a meeting [she] was supposed to," she said on Justice.
"I was in a state of shock...the same [state] I was in when [Clinton] walked out the door; my clothes torn, [and] lip swollen four times what it should be.
"I didn't know what to do," Broaddrick said, "This was the man who could close my [occupational] doors if he wanted to. He was the main person in charge of nursing homes in [Arkansas]."
Jones described her alleged assault, and the "smear campaign" that followed, including her report that then-aide James Carville suggested if someone "dragged a hundred dollar bill through a trailer park, you'll never know what you'll come out with," as Jones recalled.
Willey said she and Jones and Broaddrick are fearful of a Hillary Clinton presidency because she expects Clinton will "try to ruin people who tried to stop her from being president...getting even with people who crossed [her] path."
The women say Clinton enabled and tried to discount their claims against her husband.