Bill Clinton said something about the #MeToo movement that he will regret big time
Former President Bill Clinton thought he’d be welcomed with open arms while promoting his new book.
But he has faced tough questions about his past and was asked about his role in the #MeToo movement.
And he stuck his whole foot in his mouth with this response – which was more than just a “Freudian slip.”
But the narrative that Bill and Hillary Clinton are “heroes” for women in the work place is falling apart rapidly.
“In an interview that aired on PBS’s “NewsHour” on Friday, former President Bill Clinton was asked to react to how societal norms had changed given how now-former Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) was forced from office.
According to Clinton, things had changed “in terms of what you can do to somebody against their will.” The former commander-in-chief also suggested he wasn’t sure Franken’s resignation was warranted.”
Clinton even defended former Senator Al Franken for his sexual misconduct.
Senator Franken was shown groping a woman’s breasts in a photo taken a decade ago while on a USO Tour.
The Clinton family prides themselves on being so called “champions” for women’s rights.
How can that be while Bill Clinton continues to deny allegations from several women claiming they were sexually harassed by him?
Not to mention his famous affair with then White House intern, Monica Lewinsky.
When asked if he would apologize to Monica Lewinsky, he flew off the handle, stating that he did not owe her an apology.