Hillary Clinton bluntly addressed a heckler asking her about Bill Clinton's alleged sexual impropriety on Sunday in New Hampshire, telling the woman she was "very rude." When Clinton began taking questions at a Derry town hall, Katherine Prudhomme O'Brien, a GOP state representative from Rockingham, stood up feet from Clinton and mentioned Juanita Broderick, who has accused Clinton’s husband Bill of sexual assault. After Clinton dispatched the protestor once, O'Brien tried again during another lull in the program. "You are very rude and I'm not never ever going to call on you," Clinton said forcefully, looking directly at the woman. "Thank you." "I asked her how in the world she can say that Juanita Broderick and Kathleen Wiley are lying when she has no idea who Juanita Broderick is," O'Brien said. "She told me this summer she doesn't know who she is and doesn't want to know who she is. How can she access that they are lying, which she told someone last month?" Clinton rolled out a plan to address campaign sexual assault in 2015, telling an audience in Iowa that rape victims "have the right to be believed." "Today I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault," Clinton said. "Don't let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed and we're with you."