The Washington Post’s has said little about Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, or Jennifer Flowers, women who say they were sexually assaulted by President Bill Clinton.
However the paper is all over three women who accused President Trump of much the same thing.
It was “heartbreaking” for women to go public with their claims against President Donald Trump last year, only to see him ascend to the Oval Office, said Samantha Holvey, a former Miss USA contestant who in October 2016 said Trump inappropriately inspected pageant participants.
“I put myself out there for the entire, world and nobody cared,” Holvey said, appearing for an hour alongside Jessica Leeds, a New York woman who said Trump groped her on a plane, and Rachel Crooks, who said Trump kissed her on the lips after she introduced herself to him at Trump Tower.
President Trump has denied all of the allegations against him, which were made public after The Washington Post published an “Access Hollywood” recording of Trump boasting about grabbing women by the genitals in October 2016.