Caught in a trap

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“Hil­lary Clin­ton is no mar­tyr. If Hil­lary cares that her hus­band chases any­thing in a skirt, if she’s re­peat­edly dev­as­tated and sur­prised that the sex fiend she mar­ried con­tin­ues to be a sex fiend, her sad predica­ment should not be mis­taken for sac­ri­fice. [ . . .]

“She has stayed for more than 30 years. She makes ex­cuses. She blames the vast right-wing con­spir­acy. [ . . .] She en­ables her hus­band’s sex­ual ad­dic­tion and his preda­tory ac­tiv­i­ties. In the trade, she gets her shot at power, her turn at the pres­i­dency. [. . .]

“Af­ter we got caught in Bill Clin­ton’s trap, we were raked over the coals. All of us — Juanita [Broad­drick], Gen­nifer [Flow­ers], Paula [Jones], Mon­ica [Lewin­sky], me — we have all been through a lot. We were reg­u­lar women try­ing to get by when our paths crossed his. Through no fault of our own, we were smeared in the me­dia, ter­ror­ized by thugs, au­dited by the IRS, fol­lowed by strangers, vic­tim­ized by threats. Our homes were bro­ken into, and our pets were killed. And we know that Hil­lary and her min­ions were be­hind the ter­ror.”

— Kath­leen Wil­ley, from her new book, “Tar­get: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hil­lary Clin­ton.”

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