Juanita Broaddrick: Media Won't Interview Me About Clinton 'Because I'm Not a Porn Star'
A woman who accused then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton of raping her said the media is treating porn star Stormy Daniels wildly different than herself.
Sean Hannity asked Juanita Broaddrick if CNN's Anderson Cooper - who interviewed Daniels for CBS - has called her to hear her own story of alleged sexual misconduct by a president.
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) March 25, 2018
Broaddrick said she tweeted at Cooper to ask why he remains silent on her case.
"There's no comparison," fellow Clinton accuser Paula Corbin Jones said of the coverage of the Daniels allegations versus her own and those of Broaddrick.
Jones received a settlement after accusing Clinton of pulling down his pants and exposing himself to her.
Broaddrick said Sean Hannity and former NBC journalist Lisa Myers were some of the very few media personalities interested in hearing her story.
She said Clinton raped her in a hotel room and kept her silent by biting her lip.
Her new book "You'd Better Put Some Ice On That" tells of the incident, and the only words Clinton spoke after the alleged rape before he "put on his sunglasses" and left the room.
"I'm not a porn star, I was a hard-working nurse and businesswoman," Broaddrick said. "I wasn't a porn star so that's why they weren't interested in me."
Jones recalled how political commentator James Carville, then a Clinton White House adviser, told the media "you can drag a dollar through a trailer park" and people like Jones will make allegations against the president for that dollar.
Broaddrick and Jones called the coverage of Daniels' allegations "insane," and noted that even if Trump had sex with Daniels, it was consensual unlike in the case of Broaddrick's accusation.
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