Hillary Clinton always has had a strange relationship with the MeToo movement.

On the one hand, she wants all women to be believed:


On the other hand:


Now Bill’s affair with Monica Lewinsky was not a sexual assault, but it was the exercise of power by a powerful man over a subordinate young woman.

In the #MeToo movement, Bill would be considered the equivalent of a sexual assault perpetrator because 22-year-old Lewinsky was not in a position to give true consent to such a powerful older man.

Hillary was asked if she thought, in retrospect, Bill should have resigned.

Can you guess her answer? Do you think there was even a one in one million chance Hillary would apply to Bill the standards applied to other men?

The New York Daily News reports:

The former secretary of state said Sunday on CBS’ “Sunday Morning” that Bill Clinton was right when he refused to step down in 1999, after the House of Representatives impeached him for perjury and obstruction of an investigation into his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

“Absolutely not,” she said when CBS correspondent Tony Dokoupil asked if the former President should have resigned….

“She was an adult,” Clinton said, before quickly turning the conversation to President Trump.

“But let me ask you this: Where’s the investigation into the current incumbent, against whom numerous allegations have been made and which he dismisses, denies and ridicules.”


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