Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey, who have both accused former president Bill Clinton of sexual assault, shamed Clinton for trying to turn himself into the victim of the Lewinsky scandal.
During a Monday morning interview, NBC’s Craig Melvin asked Clinton if he believes he owes Monica Lewinsky a personal apology for his role in their White House affair. However, Clinton deflected by saying that he had apologize publicly, that the public is on his side, and that he left the White House $16 million in debt. (RELATED: BILL CLINTON GETS HEATED UNDER QUESTIONING ABOUT MONICA LEWINSKY)
Broaddrick and Willey responded to Clinton during a Monday night interview on Fox News with host Laura Ingraham.
Broaddrick, who accuses Clinton of raping her, said that Clinton once tried to apologize to her and she told him to “go to hell.”
“Kathleen Willey, you watch that interview,” Ingraham said. “Why am I stunned? He has not learned anything about this experience. He’s actually a smart guy. I’m almost speechless. Your reaction?”
“I was speechless too,” Willey replied. “I was outraged.”
“I could not believe the words that were coming out of his mouth and he was so arrogant and pompous about the whole thing. He actually believes — I think he actually does believe that he didn’t do anything wrong,” she continued. “He never will. He doesn’t get it. That’s just the way it is.”