- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Three women who accused former Bill Clinton of sexual assault and harassment are blasting Fox News host Megyn Kelly for her contentious interview with Donald Trump adviser Newt Gingrich.

Mr. Gingrich on Tuesday accused Mrs. Kelly of being “fascinated with sex” after the she questioned him about the allegations of sexual misconduct against Mr. Trump since the release of a 2005 tape in which the business mogul bragged about groping women.

The former speaker suggested that if Mrs. Kelly was really “worried about a sexual predator” she would want to keep Bill Clinton, husband of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, out of the White House.

Mr. Trump later praised Mr. Gingrich for not playing “games” with Mrs. Kelly.

Juanita Broaddrick, a Trump supporter who famously accused Mr. Clinton of raping her during his 1978 gubernatorial campaign in Arkansas, took to Twitter Wednesday morning, writing, “Beauty is only skin deep. Megyn Kelly is ugly as hell on the inside.”

Kathleen Willey, a former White House aide who accused Mr. Clinton of sexually assaulting her during his first term as president, praised Ms. Broaddrick for the tweet, adding, “Truer words were never spoken. Newt gave her exactly what she deserves. She is obsessed with sex.”

Paula Jones, who settled a sexual harassment lawsuit against Mr. Clinton for $850,000, called Mrs. Kelly a “nasty heifer” in a now-deleted tweet, the Daily Caller reported.

“Lets get this straight…Megyn Kelly isn’t for all women…she hates Trump, so she’s only for those so called victims! NEVER for me!” she added.

The three women had appeared alongside Mr. Trump during a pre-debate press conference on Oct. 9, and they sat in the audience during his second showdown with Mrs. Clinton.

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