Stephen Colbert slams Clinton for DNC speech lecturing Trump [Video]

the kettle is still trying to call the pot black

Even liberal Stephen Colbert slams Clinton for laughable DNC speech lecturing Trump on Oval Office behavior


Incredibly, Bill Clinton has had the temerity to lecture Donald Trump on White House behavior. The stunning display of gall was too much for even arch-liberal Stephen Colbert, who reminded Clinton of his own Oval Office escapades.

For some reason, the Democratic Party thought it would be a good idea to have the ex-president address its national convention on Tuesday. This choice became even more awkward as photos of Clinton receiving a massage from one of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s victims had surfaced just hours before the speech.

Photos of Bill Clinton being MASSAGED by Epstein ‘sex slave’ surface just in time for Dem convention speech

But the worst decision of the whole sorry mess was surely the 74-year-old electing to lecture the sitting president on the importance of the Oval Office, and taking him to task over his conduct.

Clinton, who used the Oval Office for sexual encounters with an intern during his presidency, said the office is supposed to be a “command center” and Trump had turned it into a “storm center”. OK, Bill.

Colbert mocked the Democrats’ choice of speaker and Clinton’s choice of topic, saying: “I don’t think Bill Clinton gets to lecture anyone on what should happen in the Oval Office.”

“Those in glass houses should not be allowed near the interns,” he added. [Clinton lied under oath about his sexual encounters with intern Monica Lewinsky, leading to his impeachment in 1998.]

Social media was flooded with people expressing similar views to the late-night TV host. The Trump War Room Twitter account, which is part of Trump’s fundraising team, was one of many noting that Clinton was “the last person who should be giving lectures on what should or should not be happening in the Oval Office.” 

One of Clinton’s accusers, Juanita Broaddrick, who alleged that Clinton raped her while he was attorney general of Arkansas in the late 1970s, also posted a blistering reply. “There are good men and there are bad men. Bill Clinton is a very bad man,” she wrote.

Countless other commenters expressed their surprise at the DNC’s choice of Clinton. Numerous others added that the decision was even more inexplicable in the aftermath of the Epstein victim photos emerging.


(TLB) published this article from RT-USA News and was edited by (TLB) to include pictures of Bill Clinton and a link from an additional story by RT.

As Noted, You Just Can’t Make This Stuff Up!

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