Paula Jones Revisited Her Sexual Assault Claims Against Bill Clinton, And Slammed Megyn Kelly
The Clinton accuser slams Fox News' Megyn Kelly after insane Newt Gingrich interview
Everyone is talking about Fox News' explosive interview with former Speaker of the House (and Donald Trump surrogate) Newt Gingrich. During the interview, Megan Kelly points out Trump's ongoing issues with women and called him a potential "sexual predator." Gingrich flips out, claiming that the media is biased against the Republican Presidential nominee.
"You are fascinated with sex and don't care about public policy," he says. Kelly, who Trump is publicly feuding with, laughs, "Me? Really?"
In an ironic move, Paula Jones, who accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault in 1994, is coming after Kelly. "Lets get this straight...Megyn Kelly isn't for all women...she hates Trump, so she's only for those so called victims! NEVER for me!," tweeted Jones.
Daily Caller reports that Jones also referred to Kelly as a "nasty heifer," in a now-removed tweet.
Jones is reliving Clinton's alleged sexual assault against her as well. She once again came forward to claim that the former President assaulted her in a hotel room in 1991. “And he sat down really fast and he dropped his pants,” she recalled, per Breitbart, after being escorted to the room by an armed state trooper. “And he was fondling himself. And he asked me to kiss it. Now that is disgusting. And I said, ‘I am not that kind of girl.’”
Jones and Bill Clinton's other accusers have resurfaced as of late as surrogates for Donald Trump. The Republican nominee tried to seat them prominently in a V.I.P. box during the second debate. Interestingly, Gingrich has had his own issues with his sex life. In 2007, the conservative admitted to cheating on his wife.
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