Wolff Book Conveniently Timed to Overshadow Clinton Rape Accuser's Tell-All Book


With Michael Wolff’s anti-Trump book consuming much of the mainstream media’s attention, many aren’t aware that former President Bill Clinton’s rape accuser published a book of her own this week.

Wolff’s book, titled, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” was released Friday and has been elevated to one of the top-selling items on Amazon.

Conversely, former Clinton victim Juanita Broaddrick released a book of her own last week, titled, “You’d Better Put Some Ice on That: How I Survived Being Raped by Bill Clinton.”

As noted by Independent Journal Review, Broaddrick said the book title came from when she said Clinton raped her in a hotel room, he bit her lip so hard he made it bleed. She said Clinton told her to put some ice on it.

Her book details how she said was raped by Clinton at a motel in 1978 when he was the attorney general of Arkansas.

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Broaddrick tweeted about her book on Thursday, writing that it was a Kindle top-seller.

Broaddrick’s book description details how she believes she must continue to tell her story.

“In 1999, Juanita Broaddrick burst into the public consciousness when she accused President Bill Clinton on national television of raping her in 1978 as he ran for governor in Arkansas. It was a TV appearance she dreaded and never wanted, but felt compelled to squash the rumors: it was rape,” the description states.

With sexual misconduct claims rocking the nation in recent months, Broaddrick just wants to be heard and believed.

“Now, with award-winning former investigative journalist Nick Lulli, she tells her story of survival; from the assault at the hands of the future president, to the veiled threats by a seemingly complicit presidential wannabe Hillary Rodham Clinton; Broaddrick believes now is the time to set the record straight and ensure victims everywhere are believed,” the description added.

By comparison, Wolff’s book has been excoriated by President Donald Trump, many at the White House, and several others who are quoted in the book.

Wolff admitted in an author’s note in the book that he couldn’t verify all of the information in his book, and many others have refuted his claims.

Stephanie Grisham, a spokeswoman for first lady Melania Trump, said: “The book is clearly going to be sold in the bargain fiction section. Mrs. Trump supported her husband’s decision to run for president and in fact, encouraged him to do so. She was confident he would win and was very happy when he did.”

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Anna Wintour, the veteran editor of Vogue, slammed an assertion in the book that she begged Trump to appoint her as his ambassador to the United Kingdom, calling Wolff’s claim: “laughably preposterous.”

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who Wolff wrote in the book warned Trump he was under surveillance by British spies, called the claims “categorically absurd” and “simply untrue.”

Trump himself also took an ax to Wolff’s book and claims, tweeting on Thursday that the entire book was “full of lies, misrepresentations and sources that don’t exist.”

The liberal media has been obsessed with the tabloid gossip, but Broaddrick’s book has far more significance than anything Wolff has ever written.

Broaddrick’s book seeks to expose Clinton for what she claims he did to her, but liberals and so-called feminists apparently don’t care because she is seeking to take down Clinton.

The timing of Wolff’s book being released around the same time as Broaddricks is also interesting. A propaganda piece aimed at attacking the Trump presidency just happens to be released at the same time as the account of an alleged rape survivor accusing former President Bill Clinton of one of the most odious crimes imaginable — and overshadows its charges in the public eye.

If we’ve learned anything, it’s that nothing with the Clintons is ever a coincidence.

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