Hillary Clinton and VP pick Tim Kaine can’t seem to get on the same page.
The other day he even said she contradicted herself in regards to the email scandal.
Now, an old quote is surfacing from Kaine on the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
Kaine said if the allegations were true, then Bill Clinton should have resigned.
The Democratic Senator from Virginia used to be the state’s Lieutenant Governor, which was rocked by a sex scandal in 2002.
As Betsy Woodruff of The Daily Beast has unearthed, Kaine had some not so kind words for cheating politicians. In a 2002 story she found in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Kaine was quoted as saying:
“If the allegations are true, he should definitely resign,” Kaine said, adding he held the same view about President Clinton during the Monica Lewinsky sex scandal.
“That is an intolerable way to treat women and it’s not something that the state should be dragged through.”
A Kaine spokesperson said the following:
“As the Associated Press reported at the time, Kaine characterized President Clinton’s actions as ‘not appropriate’ conduct, but he had previously been on record criticizing the impeachment effort,” she said. “He believes this election is about Hillary Clinton’s vision to make historic investments to create good paying jobs, make college debt free and build an economy that works for everyone, not re-litigating personal issues from the distant past.”
Well the allegations were true.
What do you say now?
Perhaps there are more quotes on Kaine saying something in regards to Clinton silencing the women who have accused Bill of sexual harassment.