retaliatory punishment

See: revenge
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Attributing doubts about Jones's credibility to "White House aides and some feminist leaders," the article mentions the matter only in the next to last paragraph, which consists of a single sentence stating that after her encounter with Clinton, Jones "received favorable performance evaluations in August 1991 and a 2 1/2 percent merit increase." The article ends by citing a claim of "retaliatory punishment" subsequent to that pay raise.