MSNBC Still Thinks Bill Clinton’s Infidelity Was Just ‘Alleged’

‘He’s going right for the jugular when it comes to Hillary Clinton and going after Bill Clinton and alleged misconduct with women’

MSNBC Still Thinks Bill Clinton’s Infidelity Was Just ‘Alleged’ (Mediaite)

Two separate MSNBC hosts stated Monday that Bill Clinton‘s history of infidelity was merely “alleged,” despite Clinton himself having admitted to at least two affairs.

“Before this morning, the lead was probably these vicious attacks that [Donald Trump] has leveled against Hillary Clinton, her husband’s affair or affairs, alleged affairs,” host Tamron Hall said during the 11 o’clock-hour of MSNBC Live.

Later in the 1 o’clock-hour, host Thomas Roberts got in on the act during a segment on the same story. “He’s going right for the jugular when it comes to Hillary Clinton and going after Bill Clinton and alleged misconduct with women. Is that going to build his numbers…?” he asked a guest.

 

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