S.E. Cupp: Hillary Clinton ‘Is Not a Credible Champion for Women’ After ‘Discrediting’ Bill Clinton’s Accusers for Years

Wednesday on “CNN Newsroom,” while discussing Hillary Clinton’s apology for mishandling allegations of sexual harassment against her faith adviser Burns Strider in the 2008 presidential campaign, conservative commentator S.E. Cupp said Clinton was “not a credible champion for women” after “discrediting” Bill Clinton accusers for years.

Cupp said, “I can say she is not a credible champion for women after discrediting Monica Lewinsky, name your Bill Clinton accuser, for years, discrediting them as bimbos, saying outright I want to destroy their stories. She has not reconciled with that big problem in her past. One line she says, ‘we can’t go back.’ We can look back informed by the present. I think a lot of women would like her to look back and own some of the things that she and other feminists did in service of protecting Bill Clinton, a very powerful man.”

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