CHRIS MATTHEWS: Does Donald Trump, and you speak for him, does he believe Juanita Broaddrick that she was raped by Bill Clinton? Does he believe that?
KELLYANNE CONWAY: He believes she deserves to heard and to be believed the way that Hillary Clinton said November of 2015, something I retweeted tonight. She said all sexual assault victims deserve to be heard.
CHRIS MATTHEWS: That's a charge of rape. Does Donald Trump believe it?
KELLYANNE CONWAY: You have to ask Donald Trump what he believes. You guys always want to ask me. But here's the thing --
CHRIS MATTHEWS: He brought her here tonight.
KELLYANNE CONWAY: That's right. And at that press conference today, during debate prep, she very clearly said to the press, I hope NBC News was there, Chris, that Bill Clinton raped her and Hillary Clinton attacked her. That's really the key here.
CHRIS MATTHEWS: Explain that. He didn't do that tonight. He didn't get into that.
KELLYANNE CONWAY: How does Hillary Clinton treat these women? Even The New York Times last week right after they endorsed her for president admitted that Hillary Clinton's tactic is always to blame and shame the woman. Always to revictimize the victim. Gennifer Flowers and Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, Paula Jones, of course. The last time I didn't sexually harass somebody I didn't pay them $800,000 in 1998 money.
CHRIS MATTHEWS: That one's on the record. The Paula Jones case. But is your campaign going to further illuminate the charges. Are you going to bring out evidence that Juanita Broaddrick has a case against Bill Clinton? Are you going to bring out evidence that Paula Jones -- not Paula Jones but Kathleen Willey was right when she said she was groped in that White House closet or whatever by Bill Clinton. Are you going to develop these stories further in the next several days?
KELLYANNE CONWAY: Well, you just developed them for us. All I need to say is our campaign will be about what you saw on the stage tonight which is Donald Trump taking the case to Hillary Clinton that she has been in there for decades.
Close to three decades, Chris, and she's been fighting for women and fighting for health care. Where are the results? Where is the production? Why are there over 12 million women in this country without health care coverage? Why are over 16 million of them in poverty and growing over the last eight years? She needs to be held account for that. He held her to account for the e-mails, for the Syrian refugee increase. He held her to account for creating and allowing ISIS to be born and to grow, he held her account for her actual vote on Iraq.