I don't remember your comment nor the ensuing discussion. But if you think that the rape allegations should be mentioned, I'd suggest writing your own answer. Note that it should concentrate more on how Hillary Clinton responded than how Bill Clinton did. Unless of course you are arguing that she is perceived as untrustworthy because of things that he did.
This is especially so since that particular answer, to my mind, is quite biased in favor of Hillary. That author may well be one of those who rejects the thesis that Bill raped or sexually assaulted women. The accusations and the criticism of Hillary as an enabler are purely right wing fantasies in that view.
Rather than arguing in comments, it is often better to post a well-cited answer of your own. Let people make up their own minds.
Note that I avoided discussing the allegations against Bill in my answer. This was both because much of what's involved reflects more on Bill than on Hillary and because she hasn't actually said much. So even though I haven't found her behavior relative to women who accused Bill admirable, I haven't necessarily found many examples of her being untrustworthy in that area.
Basically I think that there are some challenges there. But if you disagree, you are welcome to write your own answer. Expect criticism though. This is a particularly contentious area of an already contentious subject.