One day before former president Bill Clinton arrives in New Hampshire to campaign for his wife, Hillary Clinton, she was confronted with questions about allegations involving his sexual history at a town hall meeting in the state on Sunday.
State Rep. Katherine Prudhomme-O'Brien (R) repeatedly interrupted Clinton during the meeting, which was held in a middle school gymnasium.
Prudhomme-O'Brien has for years followed the former first lady, peppering her with questions about allegations of past sexual misconduct by Bill Clinton. The state lawmaker's outbursts startled an otherwise friendly and even-tempered town hall audience. It is unclear whether Clinton was able to hear her comments.
After Prudhomme-O'Brien's third interruption, Clinton responded angrily: "You are very rude, and I'm not ever going to call on you."
Apparently this Prudhomme-O'Brien woman has been on Hillary's ass since at least as far back as 2007. And is now a participant in the Republican tactic to keep Bill Clinton off of the campaign trail undoubtedly out of fear of his persuasive influence over audiences and well documented fundraising abilities.
Of course Donald Trump has given this mud slinging his seal of approval, and demonstrated his own concerns over Bill Clinton.
Here's the thing, if Bill Clinton was running for office these might seem like reasonable concerns to bring up about his character. But he's not.The worst thing Hillary could do is have her husband campaign for her. Just watch.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 3, 2016
And remember Hillary was the victim of Bill's philandering, not the perpetrator. The women involved, however many there might have been, were willing participants by most accounts, quite unlike the victims of Bill Cosby's drugging and sexual assault.
It could in fact be argued that Bill's mistresses victimized Hillary, not the other way around.
So I fail to see how this negatively impacts her presidential campaign.