Is Hillary an anti-Semite?
Following a 1974 Congressional campaign, Hillary Clinton allegedly called campaign advisor Paul Fray a "Jew bastard" after her then-boyfriend Bill Clinton lost the election for Arkansas' 3rd Congressional District.
"You've got to understand, it was the heat of the moment," Fray told CNN. "We knew we had lost. It was a case of people lashing out at one another, and it just got to that point."
However, when asked about his truthfulness and sincerity, former office manager of the 1974 campaign, Cindy Creel, told CNN that Fray "stretches the truth."
For her part Clinton, denies these allegations. She finds these allegations low, and "really pathetic," since she was accused of saying that statement 26 years ago.
According to of CNN.com, she is quoted as saying, "I have never said anything like that, ever," she told CNN correspondent, Deborah Feyerick. "I have in the past certainly, you know maybe, called somebody a name. But I have never used an ethnic, racial, anti-Semitic, bigoted, discriminatory, prejudiced, accusation against anybody. I've never done it. I've never thought it."
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