Broaddrick's allegations resurfaced early in the campaign. In various media interviews, Broaddrick stated that Bill Clinton raped her and that Hillary Clinton knew about it and tried to threaten Broaddrick into remaining silent. She said that she started giving some interviews in because Hillary Clinton's statement that victims of sexual assault should be believed angered her. By late , the allegations against Clinton and his standing within the Democratic Party were being reconsidered.
This was prompted as a result of the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse allegations , which quickly triggered the Weinstein effect and the MeToo phenomenon, with as a consequence liberals and feminists reconsidering their lack of support for the alleging women at the time. Sitting U.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand , who had succeeded Hillary Clinton in the Senate, went so far as to say Clinton should have resigned the presidency over his misconduct. When asked in whether he would have approached the sexual misconduct allegations differently in the wake of the MeToo movement, Clinton said that he would not.
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