New York Times columnist Charles Blow did a poor job of describing Bill Clinton’s scandals. He declared the dirty laundry done, methinks he should do another load.
He mentioned Monica Lewinski but avoided the fact that she was a 21-year-old intern at the time, a huge discrepancy and firing offense at any company. He failed to mention Kathleen Willey’s accusation of sexual assault in the oval office. He failed to mention Juanita Broaddrick’s accusation of forcible rape when Clinton was attorney general of Arkansas. He failed to mention how viciously Hillary attacked Bill’s victims.
Mr. Blow needs to do another batch.
Gary Duff, Swansea