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Juanita Broaddrick Wants Clinton’s Pension Taken Away [AUDIO]

Juanita Broaddrick sits before the town hall debate at Washington University on October 9, 2016 in St Louis, Missouri. This is the second of three presidential debates scheduled prior to the November 8th election

Juanita Broaddrick, who has accused former president Bill Clinton of raping her, said Wednesday that she wants his pension taken away.

“In the case of Bill Clinton, he’s got a post-presidency… he’s still paid, for instance, a presidential pension from the US taxpayers — are there things you’d like to see still done in his life that would affect him?” Daily Caller editorial director Vince Coglianese first posed to Broaddrick.

“Oh yes,” she replied. “Everything that he’s given as being a past president, with the exception of his secret service things… I think that all financial things that are given to him should be removed.”

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“Bill Clinton is a horrible person, and so is Hillary,” she asserted. “If people out there have allegations against him that have not been brought to the light of day, now is the time.”

Broaddrick also discussed her decision to go more public with her allegations when then-candidate Donald Trump invited her to one of the 2016 debates. People criticized her for that decision because of Trump’s own history with sexual assault and harassment allegations, but she said she wouldn’t turn down an opportunity to bring more attention to her story.

According to Broaddrick, the media have finally started taking her allegations against Clinton seriously.

“We’re in a new era, and it’s exciting,” she said.

Broaddrick maintains that Clinton raped her in 1978 when he was the Arkansas Attorney General.

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