Woman Sexually Assaulted By Bill Clinton Comes After Hillary – She Never Saw This Coming

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On November 29, 1993, White House volunteer aide Kathleen Willey claims she was sexually assaulted by President Bill Clinton. Her case swept under the rug by Hillary for years, Willey now intends to ensure that the former first lady will never be president herself.

According to Willey, she was invited to a private meeting in the Oval Office with President Clinton. There, he pounced on her and kissed her before she was able to get away. Later that very day, Willey’s husband Ed committed suicide.

Wanting to go public with her story, Willey was quickly shot down by Hillary, who at the time ran a “war room” designed to crack down on the women who Bill assaulted, and to ensure that their claims never saw the light of day.


During an interview with Aaron Klein’s Investigative Radio on Sunday, Willey called Hillary’s claims that she is a champion of women a “joke.”

“What has she done, what has she accomplished to run for president, to become the president of the United States?” Willey asked. “I can’t find, for the life of me, one thing. And if I could find one thing, I would acknowledge that fact. But I haven’t seen one single accomplishment that would give her the credentials to be president of the United States.”

When asked about Hillary’s perceived focus on women, Willey replied, “Well, that’s a joke, if that’s her one credential for running for president, then why don’t I run. I’m a woman. It makes absolutely no sense. … There are a lot more women out there way more qualified than she. The only thing Hillary has been successful on is riding in on the coattails of other men – like Obama and her husband. That’s it.”

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