Sally Kohn Flips Her Lid When Conservative Panelist Brings Up Bill Clinton’s Sordid Past [Video]

[VIDEO] Apparently, the one thing that you do not do in the presence of CNN’s Sally Kohn, is to bring up the sordid past of former President Bill Clinton. It does not matter that Ms. Kohn started the exchange by bringing up President Donald Trump. When Jack Kingston, a former Trump campaign advisor brought up Old Bill, the sparks began to fly.

Everybody knows what Bill Clinton did with Monika Lewenski and what he has been accused of doing all over the globe. that is off limits at CNN because of the elitist status of the Clinton Dynasty. Judge Roy Moore and President Donald Trump are open game when it comes to character assignation. Enjoy the video.

As Written By Justin Caruso for the Daily Caller:

CNN’s Sally Kohn was not happy when a conservative panelist brought up Bill Clinton’s sex scandals during a segment on Roy Moore’s alleged sexual misconduct.

Kohn, appearing on “CNN Newsroom With Brooke Baldwin,” said, “the Republican Party already shot itself in the foot by not distancing themselves from Donald Trump when 11 women made similar, adult women at least made allegations against him and he himself bragged about sexually assaulting women,”

Jack Kingston, former Trump campaign advisor, said, “Sally, I wasn’t going to bring up William Jefferson Clinton, but I never heard…”

Kohn responded, “Oh, I had a feeling you were.”

Kingston said, “Well no, I wasn’t going to go there. I was actually going to stay with Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby, but since you brought it up, where were the Democrats denouncing him…”

“Jack, the difference between Bill Clinton and Donald Trump is Bill Clinton was impeached. So we aired that one as a public. And also, he’s not currently the ……..


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