Limbaugh: By Discussing Bill’s Past, Trump Is ‘Doing The Job’ The Media Won’t Do [AUDIO]

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Rush Limbaugh says that Donald Trump is “doing the job the American media and the Republican Party won’t do” by bringing up the scandals the Clintons were involved with in their past.

Tuesday on “The Rush Limbaugh Show,” the conservative radio host said, “What is so wrong about people being reminded of the legitimate past of Bill and Hillary Clinton?  You know what? The reason why people are shocked and go, ‘Oh!’ is because the media wouldn’t do it.” (RELATED: Limbaugh: If Trump Unloads On Hillary, Many Americans Will Be ‘Orgasmic With Delight’ [AUDIO])

On Monday, Trump featured Juanita Broaddrick, Linda Tripp, and Kathleen Willey in an Instagram video. They are three of the women who claim they were sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton. (RELATED: Trump Labels Death Of Former White House Aide Vince Foster ‘Very Fishy’)

Limbaugh said, “As far as the millennials are concerned, Donald Trump is running negative ads about Hillary — or is Donald Trump doing the job the American media refuses to do? Is Donald Trump telling people who don’t know things, things they don’t know, that the media won’t tell ’em, or is he engaged in just smears? And I think the odds are it’s gonna be seen as the opposite. I think it’s gonna be seen as Trump doing the job the American media and the Republican Party won’t do.” (RELATED: Trump Adviser: There’s ‘So Much’ Dirt On The Clintons We Should ‘Go Into Business Buying Gates’ [VIDEO])

“Look, folks, I predicted long ago that millennials would be appalled to learn about the Clintons’ past. To me, that’s a no brainer. Especially women millennials and how Trump is reaching out to them, educating them,” Limbaugh argued. (RELATED: Trump’s Lawyer: Hillary Is The ‘The Enabler In Chief’ [VIDEO])

Later, Limbaugh said, “Way back in the nineties when the media wouldn’t [investigate the Clintons], a message is conveyed that it would be improper to discuss these things. ‘After all, the man is our president of the United States, and his wife tried to save every American with health care! It’d be terribly bad form to do this.’ The media wouldn’t report on it.”

“That conveys a message that it would be uncool to talk about these things,” Limbaugh said, “So Trump comes along and discusses it, and people of a certain age say, ‘Oh, oh, oh! We’re not supposed to. We’re not supposed to talk about this. Ooh, ooh,’ and they get the vapors. But millennials and other young people say, ‘Whoa, whoa, whoa! What’s this? Whoa, whoa, whoa! We didn’t know this.'” (RELATED: Trump Releases Video Featuring Audio Of Alleged Clinton Victims)

Concluding, Limbaugh said that people don’t know about Clinton’s past because “the Drive-Bys clearly are not gonna tell them.”

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