Solis Doyle, Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign manager, told CNN’s Jake Tapper Sunday that bringing up Bill Clinton’s alleged sexual misconducts is “its own form of sexism.”
Donald Trump retweeted Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of raping her in the 1970s,” posed Tapper. “What is the way to respond, do you think?”
“Look, I don’t think she is going to go there,” Solis Doyle responded. “I don’t think she will respond directly to that.”
“Look, Jake, I’m not going to sit here and defend Bill Clinton’s infidelities of the 1990s. They’re indefensible.”
“I mean, this was a rape also, the accusation any way, not just an infidelity,” Tapper noted.
“Yeah, but Bill Clinton is not on the ballot,” Solis Doyle shot back. “He’s not on the ballot, and Hillary Clinton was the one who was cheated on. She was the victim. She was the one who was betrayed.”
“Well, I think Juanita Broaddrick would say she was the victim, if this happened,” Tapper clarified.