Two women who have accused former President Bill Clinton of rape and assault said that if he were to apologize to them today, they’d tell him he could “go to hell.”

Kathleen Willey, who accused Clinton of assault over a groping incident in 1993, and Juanita Broaddrick, a former nursing home employee who accused him of raping her decades earlier when he was a gubernatorial candidate in Arkansas, appeared on Fox News Ingraham Angle.

The women were there to discuss Clinton’s outburst during a “Today Show” interview in which he was asked about an apology to Monica Lewinsky after looking back at his affair through the lens of the #MeToo movement.

 

Host Laura Ingraham framed the segment perfectly – “If Clinton got that upset discussing Lewinsky, imagine if the ‘Today’ show had asked him about the women who told him, ‘No.'”

Ingraham explored the possibility of Clinton similarly offering an apology to these women.

Broaddrick brought up an incident back in 1991, just before he announced his run for President, in which Clinton allegedly offered that very apology to her.

“He rushes over to me, and he starts this profuse apology and saying, ‘I’m so sorry for what I did. I’m a changed man. I’m just not the man I used to be,’ and even said, ‘I’m a family man now,'” Broaddrick recalled.

“I just looked at him, Laura, and I — I was just flabbergasted. And I said, ‘You go to hell,'” she added. “And I walked off. I could not believe it.”

 

For her part, Willey said she viewed Clinton’s “Today Show” segment with disgust, adding that she was “speechless” and “outraged” over his turning the incident into him being a victim.

“I could not believe the words that were coming out of his mouth,” she said. “And he was so arrogant and pompous about the whole thing.”

When asked if she would accept an apology from Clinton today, she quickly responded “No, I’d tell him the same thing Juanita told him. I’d tell him to go to hell.”

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