A 1992 family photo shows Juanita Broaddrick with her husband David. Reuters

Upset with Donald Trump because he bragged about grabbing women by the genitalia? Well, he thinks you should instead turn your attention to Hillary Clinton's husband.

Trump broadcast a Facebook live event Sunday with Juanita Broaddrick, who alleges former President Bill Clinton raped her nearly 40 years ago, less than two hours before he was slated to go on stage and face down Hillary Clinton in the second presidential debate. The press conference event featured Broaddrick, a 73-year-old retired nurse, and three other women who said they were Bill Clinton's victims.

"Mr. Trump may have said some bad words, but Bill Clinton raped me. And Hillary Clinton threatened me. I don’t think there’s any comparison," Broaddrick said.

After the Washington Post released a video Friday that showed Trump bragging about grabbing women, Trump posted a video early Saturday where he said Bill Clinton had abused women and Hillary Clinton had protected him.

"There’s a big difference between words and the actions of other people," Trump said. "Bill Clinton has actually abused women, and Hillary has bullied, attacked and intimidated his victims."

Broaddrick's remarks during the Facebook live event came after she tweeted Saturday: "Hillary calls Trump's remarks 'horrific' while she lives with and protects a 'Rapist.' Her actions are horrific."

A video from the conservative site Breitbart released over the weekend showed Broaddrick tearfully recountng Bill Clinton’s alleged assault. "I’m still afraid, especially if she becomes president," Broaddrick says. Trump later shared the interview on Twitter.

Here are 13 facts about Broaddrick's version of what happened between her and Bill Clinton:

1. Broaddrick said she first met Bill Clinton around 1978.

2. Broaddrick said Clinton was the Arkansas attorney general when he met her during a campaign stop at the nursing home where Broaddrick then worked.

3. She allegedly had coffee with Clinton in his hotel room the second time they met.

4. She said Clinton began kissing her and when she resisted, he forced himself on her.

5. She said he left her upper lip bruised and swollen.

6. After sex, Clinton allegedly put on his sunglasses and walked out the door, Broaddrick said.

7. She denied the alleged assault on Jan. 2, 1998 in a sworn affidavit.

8. The statement read: "During the 1992 Presidential campaign there were unfounded rumors and stories circulated that Mr. Clinton had made unwelcome sexual advances toward me in the late seventies. Newspaper and tabloid reporters hounded me and my family, seeking corroboration of these tales. I repeatedly denied the allegations and requested that my family's privacy be respected. These allegations are untrue and I had hoped that they would no longer haunt me, or cause further disruption to my family."

9. A year later, she described the alleged rape in a 1999 Dateline NBC interview. "Did Bill Clinton or anyone near him ever threaten you, try to intimidate you, do anything to keep you silent?" Dateline’s Lisa Myers asked her at the time. "No," Broaddrick replied.

10. She said she had denied the rape because she was worried no one would believe her story.

11. Broaddrick said there were no witnesses.

12. Bill Clinton's lawyers have denied the allegations.

13. She said she once met Hillary Clinton at a Bill Clinton fundraiser.