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Juanita Broaddrick
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Nurse
    Born in Arkansas
    Nursing Home Administrator
    Claimed she was raped by President Bill Clinton in the late 70’s (1998)
    She claimed she was raped by Bill Clinton even though she swore earlier he had not raped her.
    She could not remember the date the rape took place.
    No legal action was ever taken against Clinton.
    When Hillary Rodham Clinton was running for President, the only person who was willing to interview her was Sean Hannity.
    She has a dated hairstyle.
    It is possible she swore that Clinton never hurt her because she was intimidated.
    She claimed when Clinton tried to apologize in 1991, she told him to ‘go to hell.’
    In 1984, her nursing facility was judged as the best in the state of Arkansas.
    She received a handwritten not from Clinton which ended with ‘I admire you very much.’
    She interpreted this to mean he was thanking her for her silence regarding the sexual assault.
    Some feminists who spoke out against Clarence Thomas during the Anita Hill hearing remained silent after Broaddrick's claims.

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