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Rose McGowan, Juanita Broaddrick, and Epstein accuser blast Kamala Harris for hosting women's empowerment event with Bill Clinton: 'Have you no soul?'

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Two alleged sexual assault victims of Bill Clinton are livid

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Rose McGowan, Juanita Broaddrick, Leslie Millwee, and an alleged Jeffrey Epstein victim ripped Vice President Kamala Harris for hosting a women's empowerment event with former President Bill Clinton, who has multiple allegations of sexual assault and sexual misconduct against him.

An upcoming event for the Clinton Global Initiative University in conjunction with Harris' alma mater, Howard University, will reportedly feature a "one-one-one conversation with President Clinton and Vice President Kamala Harris on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women, and empowering women and girls in the U.S. and around the world."

Virginia Giuffre, an alleged sex trafficking victim of Jeffrey Epstein, blasted Harris for attending the Clinton Foundation event with the former president.

Giuffre tweeted on Wednesday, "Wow!! She's asking Clinton how to empower women??? Wrong person, what she should be asking him is what the hell was Clinton doing on #Epstein island & private jets 27 TIMES!! #EnoughIsEnough."

Flight logs show that Clinton traveled with Jeffrey Epstein 26 times between 2001 and 2003 on the late convicted sexual predator's private jet nicknamed the "Lolita Express." Photos surfaced last August showing Clinton getting a massage from one of Epstein's alleged victims during a trip to Africa in 2002.

Rose McGowan shared Giuffre's tweet, and then slammed Vice President Harris for appearing with Clinton, who was a purported acquaintance with alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell, a former Epstein associate.

"This is obscene @KamalaHarris. You speaking with Bill Clinton about empowering women & girls is disgusting," McGowan wrote on Twitter. "Have you no soul? Have you no ethics? Ask him about being on an island of human trafficking victims 27 times. You are showing us exactly who you are."

Last August, McGowan lashed out at then-Sen. Harris (D-CA) for previously accepting donations from convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein. The actress-turned-activist also attacked Democrats for inviting Clinton to speak at the 2020 Democratic National Convention.

McGowan included a screenshot of the Wikipedia entry titled "Bill Clinton sexual assault and misconduct allegations" in the tweet. The Wikipedia post included the sexual assault accusations against Clinton by Juanita Broaddrick, Leslie Millwee, Paula Jones, and Kathleen Willey.

Broaddrick was enraged that Clinton would be hosting a women's empowerment event, "Is this a f***ing joke? This pervert ........ who raped me....is going to talk about empowering women....with a woman who spread her legs for power."

Broaddrick made a comparison to cannibal and serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, "Inviting Bill Clinton to speak on Empowering women.... is like asking Jeffrey Dahmer to host a cooking class."

Broaddrick also retweeted a post that said, "I thought this was a joke. They're really having BILL CLINTON do a talk with Kamala Harris about the well-being and empowerment of women + girls. Did anyone ask Paula Jones (he settled her sexual harassment suit for nearly $1M), Juanita Broaddrick or Kathleen Willey for comment?"

Millwee told the Daily Caller, "And he is going to get up on a stage and tell us about how to be empowered? I truly can't think of anything more brazen. I think this goes to show you the political power that the Clintons still have."

"It's just such an upset upside-down world when you have a rapist and a sexual assaulter who is giving tips and information to try and help empower women," Millwee said. "I can't think of anything more ludicrous than that."

Clinton has denied the sexual assault allegations by all four women.

Clinton's spokesperson issued a statement to the Daily Mail that reads, "For 20 years under the direction of President Clinton, the Clinton Foundation has worked to empower girls and women around the world. The Clinton Global Initiative has launched thousands of commitments to improve lives: empowering more than 13 million girls and women through job and leadership training; improving maternal and child health care access for more than 114 million people; and increasing opportunity for women in STEM education and careers."

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