Trump Shows Up With “The Clinton Women.” Before The Debate

Trumps pre-debate antics shake Clinton

For over a year Donald Trump has been unpredictable and last night less than two hours before his debate with Hillary Clinton, once again he staged another unexpected event. Trump, had a press conference with four women Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones and another woman, Kathy Shelton, whose rapist was defended by Hillary Clinton as a young lawyer.

All four women are supporting Trump, and all four women were in the debate hall. Trump repeatedly said in the past that he will not bring up allegations against Bill Clinton during the debate.

Hillary Clinton released a statement via her communications director saying she intends to use the town hall to talk to votes in spite of Trump’s “stunt.”

“We’re not surprised to see Donald Trump continue his destructive race to the bottom. Hillary Clinton understands the opportunity in this town hall is to talk to voters on stage and in the audience about the issues that matter to them, and this stunt doesn’t change that. If Donald Trump doesn’t see that, that’s his loss. As always, she’s prepared to handle whatever Donald Trump throws her way,” the full statement said.

The four women who appeared with candidate Trump are Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Wiley and Kathy Shelton.

Broaddrick at one time signed an affidavit denying that Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her.

The appearance comes after a tape surfaced on Friday where Trump is overheard talking in vulgar terms about groping and kissing women.

It was something that clearly put her off her game as the two candidates were about to take the stage. It set the stage for Trump’s best debate performance as he went on the attack even before the event began.


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