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There’s probably no one in America who isn’t keenly aware of the public airing of topics in the presidential race this year that previous entire generations of Americans declined to acknowledge regarding the personal proclivities of their candidates.


On the heels of Democrats trotting out women who now are remembering how they were insulted or offended by GOP nominee Donald Trump years ago, critics of that party have gone back for interviews with some of the women who reported over the years their assaults by Bill Clinton, husband of Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton.


There was even the teaser from National Enquirer on Tuesday: “Hillary fixer breaks ranks: I arranged sex trysts for her – with men & WOMEN.”


As part of the reporting several interests have raised the prospect of seeing the entire, unedited video of Juanita Broaddrick, who said during a 1999 NBC interview that Bill Clinton raped her.


At issue is what was said about Hillary Clinton, who’s been accused of attacking various women with whom her husband dallied, during the interview.


Now questions are being raised about another recording.


It disappeared from Broaddrick’s home shortly before that NBC interview.


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Attorney Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch, told WND he learned that there was a tape, and that it was missing, years ago when he was representing Broaddrick.


“She told me someone had broken into her house and stolen her answering-machine tape where she was talking to Lisa Myers [of NBC,]” he told WND.


He said that was not really an oddity coming from women like Broaddrick, Gennifer Flowers, Dolly Kyle, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey or others who made claims about Clinton’s misbehaving.


“It was not just the politics of personal destruction,” he explained. “It was a scorched-earth plan, to destroy anyone who speaks out against [the Clintons]. They have no bounds.”


Broaddrick told WND exactly what had happened.


“It was prior to the 1999 “Dateline” interview. My family and I were on vacation … ” she said. “When we came home, we found our cat outside and knew that we had left him inside.


“We saw no evidence of a break-in. The only thing missing was the cassette from our answering machine. The cassette cover was still open as to say – we know who you’re talking to what you’ve been talking about. We changed our locks and installed a security gate and home system after that.”


She said the theft was never reported to police, but she acknowledged Klayman would have found out during the course of his representation.


“Having legally represented Juanita Broaddrick, I know that it was also not reported that Clinton private investigators broke into her house and stole an answering machine-taped message of NBC’s Lisa Myers with Juanita,” he said in a statement.


His comment followed a Fox report that Michael Isikoff, the reporter who uncovered the Monica Lewinsky scandal, had called for NBC to release the full version of its 1999 interview with Broaddrick.


He said NBC “is in possession of a tape of Juanita Broaddrick being interviewed by former NBC senior investigative correspondent Lisa Myers in the late 1990s.”


The report pointed out the “leaked tape of Donald Trump making lewd comments about women in 2005, which has become the most explosive development in the 2016 election, also came from the NBC archives.”


Broaddrick has reported NBC edited out a portion of her interview in which she discussed Hillary Clinton’s role silencing her and other victims, Fox said.


“NBC has the full tape of the original Lisa Myers interview,” said Isikoff, who is a former NBC News investigative correspondent. “NBC ought to check its archive and run the full interview.”


Such home invasions previously were documented by others, including Willey. WND reported nearly 10 years ago that Willey, who said Bill Clinton groped her in the Oval Office, documented a house burglary in which the thief nabbed a manuscript for her upcoming book. The book had promised explosive revelations that could damage Sen. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign – the primary campaign she lost to Barack Obama.


Willey told WND little else was taken from her rural Virginia home as she slept alone upstairs – electronics and jewelry were left behind – and she believes the Clintons were behind it.


The break-in, she said, reminded her of the widely reported incident 10 years earlier in which she claimed she was threatened near the same Richmond-area home by a stranger just two days before she was scheduled to testify against President Clinton in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case.


The theft of the manuscript was suspicious, she told WND, coming only days after the first mainstream media mention of her upcoming book, which was “expected” to include accusations of campaign finance violations and new revelations about harassment and threats by the Clintons and their associates.


The book, “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton,” later was released.


The claim that NBC was suppressing footage of Broaddrick’s interview has gotten much attention already.


Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center, noted that last week that NBC readily released a video in an attempt to damage Trump.


“Now, shockingly, we learn that NBC is suppressing a damning 1999 video interview with Juanita Broaddrick. This interview purportedly shows Hillary Clinton trying to intimidate Broaddrick to not talk about her rape allegations against Bill Clinton,” he said.


Isikoff, in a chat on the website Sidewire, pointed out that Broaddrick’s critics doubt Clinton threatened Broaddrick, because Broaddrick did not mention it in the “Dateline” interview.


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Bozell said the “indictments against NBC continue to grow.”


“It is guilty of journalistic corruption of the highest order. If they do not release this interview unedited, they should be denounced by the entire journalism community. No one can deny that NBC is as dishonest as it is partisan. How anyone with any sense of journalism ethics can work there, I don’t know.”


Myers, at the time of the Feb. 26, 1999, interview, said she found Broaddrick credible.


As recently as a couple months ago, she said, “Nothing has come up since that story was reported that in any way undercuts what Juanita Broaddrick said.”


Isikoff said Myers later confirmed Broaddrick’s claim that NBC edited out references that could have damaged Hillary Clinton.


WND reported Trump released an ad featuring the voice of Broaddrick.


That was when NBC’s Andrea Mitchell claimed Broaddrick’s allegations were “discredited,” and a subsequent letter from a lawyer for Broaddrick convinced the network to even go back into the archived video and edit out the word.


The ad shows Broaddrick saying: “He starts to bite on my top lip and I try to pull away from him.”


The ad:



Trump charged in a Fox News interview that the former president committed “rape.”


On the same day, Broaddrick said in a WND exclusive sit-down interview in her Arkansas home the alleged rape in 1978 has deeply and permanently scarred her life. Broaddrick also noted that she had recently received a phone call from Andrea Mitchell, who was seeking an update on her rape claim.


“Lisa Myers actually warned me about Andrea,” Broaddrick told WND after Mitchell called her claim “discredited.”


Broaddrick has become engaged in this year’s election because of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy. She tweeted earlier: “I was 35 years old when Bill Clinton, Ark. Attorney General raped me and Hillary tried to silence me. I am now 73 … it never goes away.”


She explained that her statements were prompted by Hillary Clinton’s claim that all victims of sexual assault should be believed.


“Thoroughly disgusting – Hillary’s comments on rape. Shame on you Hillary, shame on you!” she wrote.


Other networks later followed Mitchell’s lead, with ABC’s Tom Llamas calling Broaddrick’s statements “discredited” and Nancy Cordes’ on CBS saying: “They were referring to a trio of women who say Bill Clinton made unwanted sexual advances in the ’80s and ’90s. Mr. Clinton denies it. Two of the cases were plagued by factual discrepancies.”


Broaddrick was interviewed by Los Angeles attorney Candice Jackson, who conducted the in-person interview with Broaddrick for WND. Jackson previously authored the acclaimed book “Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine.”


“And if NBC now thinks my experience has been ‘discredited,'” Broaddrick continued, “why would Andrea Mitchell call me to ask me for any new information about my encounter with Hillary after the assault? And why wouldn’t Andrea Mitchell have written her own news story explaining exactly how I’ve been discredited? Lisa Myers actually warned me about Andrea. Andrea is obviously mad at me for exposing her rudeness and bias when she called me this year. I think being a lapdog for Hillary Clinton discredits Andrea Mitchell and NBC as journalists!”


Here is NBC’s original 1999 “Dateline” segment featuring Lisa Myers interviewing Juanita Broaddrick about her alleged rape by Bill Clinton:



Watch Broaddrick’s interview with Sean Hannity about that moment with Hillary Clinton:



“Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine” – available at the WND Superstore – is a wake-up call to Americans everywhere to re-evaluate this ruthless power couple and prevent Hillary Clinton from returning to the White House.


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