If you look at Bill Clinton, far worse," Trump said Oct. 9, 2016. "Mine are words, and his was action. His was what he's done to women. There's never been anybody in the history of politics in this nation that's been so abusive to women. So you can ... Here we're fact-checking Trump's claim that Hillary Clinton "viciously" attacked women who say they were abused by Bill Clinton.
On Jan. 2, 1998, she provided those investigators with a sworn affidavit.
"During the 1992 Presidential campaign there were unfounded rumors and stories circulated that Mr. Clinton had made unwelcome sexual advances toward me in the late seventies," she said. "Newspaper and tabloid reporters hounded me and my family, seeking corroboration of these tales. I repeatedly denied the allegations and requested that my family's privacy be respected. These allegations are untrue and I had hoped that they would no longer haunt me, or cause further disruption to my family."
When Kenneth Starr was investigating Bill Clinton, in the late '90s, he approached Broaddrick and offered her immunity. She told BuzzFeed in an August interview that's when she decided it "was time to tell the full truth."
Her story became fully public with this 1999 Dateline NBC interview:
In it, she explained that she had not come forward with the story because she worried that no one would believe her.
Broaddrick had no witnesses but a friend of hers told reporters Broaddrick told her about the assault at the time.