Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center, said on "The Kelly File" that there is a "raging hypocrisy and double standard" with the media's coverage of the three-decade old rape allegations against Donald Trump.

Bozell pointed out that Trump's ex-wife, Ivana Trump, has since said her previous allegations have no merit. On the other hand, he said, Juanita Broaddrick affirmed her 1998 claim that Bill Clinton raped her two decades earlier.

"Whitewater, move on. Juanita Broaddrick, move on. Monica Lewinsky, move on," Bozell said, noting that decades-old allegations against Republicans, however, often become major news stories.

Bozell added that The Rolling Stone publishing Trump's name beside Bill Cosby's in an article about rape culture is disgusting and heinous.

He argued that smear tactics like that will be used against any Republican presidential candidate who takes the lead in the polls.

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