Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said it was “probably” a mistake for Democrats to “give Bill Clinton a pass” on the multiple sexual misconduct allegations against him, as well as his affair with Monica Lewinsky.
“I actually don’t think this is as partisan — I wouldn’t look at this through a partisan lens. I think that this is part of an evolution that we’re having as a country. Women have been historically mistreated. I don’t think that that is a controversial thing to say,” the New York Democrat said Sunday.
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“We still have a pay gap, which is persistent by inequalities in parental leaves. Inequalities in, you know, the fact women don’t get guaranteed paid leave … When it comes to President Clinton, I think it’s not just Democrats, I think that we have historically from Anita Hill to the present day I think that women have historically bared a lot of adversity in the work place,” she said.
Rep. @AOC said it was “probably” a mistake for Democrats to “give @BillClinton a pass” on the multiple sexual misconduct allegations against him, as well as his affair with @MonicaLewinsky.https://t.co/h1rZ0XZlar
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) June 16, 2019
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