EXCLUSIVE: Bill Clinton’s bodyguard revealed the former president viewed women purely to be 'chased, dominated, conquered and graded on a scale of one-to-ten' - as Hillary slams Trump for doing the SAME THING
- L.D. Brown, an Arkansas State Trooper who worked on Bill Clinton’s security detail in the mid-1980s, says grading women was routine
- The Arkansas governor viewed women as ‘purely to be graded, purely to be chased, dominated, conquered’
- He also said in a deposition in the Paul Jones case that Clinton had him solicit women for sex
- In Sunday night's debate Hillary Clinton has criticized Donald Trump for ‘rating’ women
- Trump has ranked women’s attractiveness during appearances on the Howard Stern Show, and former contestants on his reality show
Hillary Clinton has criticized her opponent Donald Trump for ‘rating’ women’s attractiveness on a scale of one-to-ten – but her husband had the same habit, according to court testimony from Bill Clinton’s former bodyguard.
‘[G]rading, as degrading as it may sound, is something that [Bill Clinton] and I both would do,’ said L.D. Brown, an Arkansas State Trooper who worked on Bill Clinton’s security detail in the mid-1980s.
L.D. Brown claimed Clinton often asked him to solicit women for sex and the former Arkansas governor viewed women as ‘purely to be graded, purely to be chased, dominated, conquered'
DailMail.com discovered Brown made the comments while he was being deposed in Paul Jones’s sexual harassment lawsuit against Bill Clinton, on Nov. 10, 1997.
‘Every – pretty much every pretty woman that we would see, eight, nine, ten, seven, six, whatever,’ said Brown.
Hillary Clinton slammed Trump during Tuesday night’s presidential debate for comments the Republican has made about women’s physical appearances.
‘We have seen him insult women. We've seen him rate women on their appearance, ranking them from one to ten,’ said Clinton.
Trump has ranked women’s attractiveness during appearances on the Howard Stern Show, and former contestants on his reality show said he asked the male participants to grade the female competitors’ looks off-camera.
‘[Trump] asked the men to rate the women - he went down the line and asked the guys, “Who’s the most beautiful on the women’s team?”’ said one female contestant.
In Sunday night's debate Hillary Clinton criticized Donald Trump for ‘rating’ women. ‘We have seen him insult women. We've seen him rate women on their appearance, ranking them from one to ten,’ said Clinton
While Bill Clinton has not publicly rated women’s looks during media appearances, his bodyguard claimed he often did in private conversation.
Brown, who claimed Clinton often asked him to solicit women for sex, said the former Arkansas governor viewed women as ‘purely to be graded, purely to be chased, dominated, conquered,’ during an interview with the American Spectator.
When asked about these comments during the Paula Jones deposition, Brown said he believed Clinton viewed his sexual conquests as a game.
Brown said one example of this was Clinton’s relationship with a woman described in the deposition transcript as ‘Jane Doe 2,’ who was later identified as Beth Coulson. Clinton allegedly had a sexual relationship with Coulson, an attorney who he appointed to an Arkansas appeals court in 1987.
‘Well, in the sense of a game, in the sense of that any of these people that I'm talking about, say, Jane Doe 2, it was not a love relationship. It was a sexual relationship alone,’ said Brown.
Paula Jones sits before the town hall debate at Washington University
Still, Brown told Jones’s attorneys that he did not believe Bill Clinton was a ‘sexual predator,’ a line of attack used on the former president by Trump surrogates.
‘I don't think [Bill] was a sexual predator, no,’ said Brown. ‘I think he just liked good-looking women, as I did, and that's about all I can say.’
Trump’s comments about women have come under increasing scrutiny in recent weeks, starting when the Clinton camp highlighted disparaging comments he allegedly made about a Miss Universe winner in the 1990s.
Alicia Machado said Trump bullied her about her weight gain while she was serving as Miss Universe in 1996, and mocked her as ‘Miss Piggy.’
Last weekend, Trump was overheard on leaked audio tapes from 2005 boasting about how he liked to kiss and grope women.
‘I’m automatically attracted to beautiful - I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star they let you do it. You can do anything,’ said Trump in the hot-mic moment, which captured a conversation between him and NBC’s Billy Bush.
‘Whatever you want,’ responded Bush, laughing.
‘Grab them by the pussy, you can do anything,’ added Trump.
Clinton greets Ivanka Trumpat the start of the presidential debate
Trump, who was newly-married to model Melania at the time, also implied that he had recently tried to sleep with a married woman and gotten turned down.
‘I moved on her like a bitch, but I couldn’t get there, and she was married,’ he said. ‘Then all of a sudden I see her, she’s now got the big, phony tits and everything. She’s totally changed her look.’
In the face of criticism from both Republicans and Democrats over the comments, Trump has sought to reignite attacks on Bill Clinton’s history with women.
Clinton has admitted to several extramarital dalliances over the years, most notably with White House intern Monica Lewinsky while he was president.
But Clinton has also been accused of sexual assault and harassment by multiple women, some of whom claim they were later threatened into silence by Hillary.
In 1998, Bill Clinton was forced to pay $850,000 to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit brought by Paula Jones, a former Arkansas government employee who claimed Clinton exposed himself to her in a Little Rock hotel room.
Juanita Broaddrick, an Arkansas nursing home administrator, accused Bill Clinton of raping her in a Little Rock hotel room in 1978. Kathleen Willey, a former White House volunteer, said Clinton sexually assaulted her during a private meeting in the Oval Office.
Trump held a brief press conference with the three women on Monday, shortly before his debate against Hillary Clinton. He called the women ‘very courageous’ and said it was ‘our honor to help them.’
Trump also brought up the charges against Bill Clinton during the debate.
‘What President Clinton did, he was impeached, he lost his license to practice law,’ said Trump. ‘He had to pay an $850,000 fine to one of the women. Paula Jones, who's also here tonight.’
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