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Hillary Clinton blasts Donald Trump for Bill Clinton ‘rape’ allegation

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Donald Trump is getting some heat from Hillary Clinton’s campaign after using the term “rape” while talking about a long-denied allegation of sexual misconduct by former President Bill Clinton. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders refuses to back down from his challenge to Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports. Editor’s Note: In the original version of this report, we referred to Ms. Broaddrick’s allegations as “discredited.” While questions have been raised about her account, upon review, on May 19, we removed that word.