Among Republican goals for 2018: Keep Bill Clinton talking as much as possible

Bill Clinton’s really got a way with words now that he’s actually being challenged on this stuff 20 years after the fact:

Oh that went well for Bubba:

JUDY WOODRUFF, PBS NEWSHOUR: I assume you think that what happened with you was more serious than what happened with Senator — former Senator Al Franken.

He was driven from office, from the U.S. Senate. So, norms have changed. Do you think that’s a good thing?

FORMER PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON: Well, in general, I think it’s a good thing, yes.

I think it’s a good thing that we should all have higher standards. I think the norms have really changed in terms of, what you can do to somebody against their will, how much you can crowd their space, make them miserable at work.

You don’t have to physically assault somebody to make them, you know, uncomfortable at work or at home or in their other — just walking around. That, I think, is good.

I think that — I will be honest — the Franken case, for me, was a difficult case, a hard case. There may be things I don’t know. But I — maybe I’m just an old-fashioned person, but it seemed to me that there were 29 women on “Saturday Night Live” that put out a statement for him, and that the first and most fantastic story was called, I believe, into question.

So it’s confirmed then: If you’re accused of sexual harassment/assault all you need is a letter from a few people from Saturday Night Live and you’re off the hook in the eyes of Dems like Bill Clinton. It’s strange, though, because I don’t remember that caveat being in the campaign credo of Bill’s wife:

“**Unless you get a note from some SNL writers/performers.” – Bill Clinton addendum

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