Many people feel Bill Clinton’s misconduct has never gotten a full airing.
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If it seems odd for a Republican presidential nominee who is facing a wave of accusations about sexual misdeeds to be picking a fight about sexual misdeeds, the Clinton fixation of four of his top advisers offers one possible explanation.It was the Clinton campaign itself, back in the 1992 presidential race, that coined the phrase "bimbo eruptions" to deal with multiple allegations of extramarital affairs by Bill Clinton.In a moment that seemed ripped from that tome, Trump displayed three Bill Clinton accusers at a brief news conference before Sunday's debate in St. Louis and then seated them in the audience."Nowhere in their campaign plan of two years ago did they see they were going to have to defend Hillary Clinton's support of women as a general election matter," Bossie said. He joined the Trump campaign three months later, bringing along his decades of Clinton immersion.Steve Bannon has picked up the Clinton haranguing in more recent years, using the media company Breitbart News as a repository for every scrap of information and gossip about Bill Clinton. The Bill Clinton-heavy approach began in earnest after recent revelations of a 2005 tape in which Trump is heard bragging about kissing women without consent and grabbing their genitals.
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