Skip to comments.Part II:The Hillary Tapes: Clinton Tells of Defense of Child Rapist in Newly Unearthed Recordings
Posted on 06/26/2014 12:10:56 PM PDT by lbryce
LISTEN HERE TO PART TWO OF THE HILLARY TAPES
Bill and Hillary Clinton discussed the future presidents compulsive personality, his struggles with the loneliness of public office, his ambitions for the future, and the future first ladys career and hopes for her daughter Chelsea in a series of interviews with an Arkansas journalist between 1983 and 1987.
The interviews, recorded on more than five hours of audiotape and donated to the University of Arkansas Special Collections archives by the Arkansas reporter Roy Reed, were supposed to make the pages of Esquire.
The story, which would have marked the Clintons first major profile in a national magazine, never ran due to space constraints. The recordings were made available to the public for the first time in January of this year.
Obtained by the Washington Free Beacon, those recordings included the former first ladys cavalier discussion of her legal defense of a child rapistpublication of which prompted the rape victim, now 52, to break her silence in an interview with the Daily Beast.
(Excerpt) Read more at freebeacon.com ...
...and she was nearly destitute when she left the WH, dontcha know... /S
Don’t forget “Keeping our heads down to avoid sniper fire”
What an evil person Hillary is. She is a modern day Jezebel, wicked to the core.
Not surprising....Hillary is an unethical, lying, piece of crap.
Don’t forget “self-taught Cattle Futures Guru.”
Child rapist gets off with serving 2 months in jail....Hillary laughs and saves the bloody underwear as a trophy!
The evil runs deep in her.
Don’t forget that Chelsea was at Ground Zero of the WTC bombing.
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