As Republicans scramble to put as much distance between themselves and Donald Trump’s gleeful boasting about sexual assaults, Trump has gone on the offensive and grabbed the last dangerous arrow in his Clinton quiver. Yesterday he retweeted Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who accused Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978 when Clinton was Attorney General.
Just four days ago, on October 5th, Trump told the New York Post that he wouldn’t mention Bill Clinton’s infidelities at the debate on Sunday. Trump told the Post in regard to tonight’s debate that “I want to win this election on my policies for the future, not on Bill Clinton’s past. Jobs, trade, ending illegal immigration, veteran care, and strengthening our military is what I really want to be talking about.”
As his campaign imploded, he has apparently “reconsidered,” threatening the Clintons in his apology video from Saturday and retweeting Juanita Broaddrick’s accusations. He ended his apology video, where he forgot to apologize to his poor wife by the way, with a thinly veiled threat that Bill Clinton’s past sexual indiscretions were now on the table, saying “Bill Clinton has actually abused women, and Hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed and intimidated his victims. We will discuss this more in the coming days. See you at the debate on Sunday.”
There were rumors swirling at the last debate that Gennifer Flowers would be in attendance in the front row. She did not attend.
The stench of Trump’s desperation will no doubt fill the auditorium in St. Louis tonight, as Trump scorches the earth with a last ditch effort to discredit the Clintons with infidelities. Let’s not forget that Donald Trump was having a very public affair with his second wife Marla Maples while married to his first wife Ivanka, who has accused Trump of raping her. Trump did not just admit to an affair in the 2005 video, he admitted to a modus operandi of coercion and unwanted sexual advances. Also, the lawsuit against Donald Trump for forcible rape of a minor just got a hearing date. There is plenty of gross to go around, and I’m exhausted.