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'Don't let Bill back in the White House, he abused women and

Postby admin » Fri May 20, 2016 9:11 am

'Don't let Bill back in the White House, he abused women and he'll do it again.' Paula Jones warns against voting for Hillary -- because she also lied about sex case which almost cost him presidency
by Paul Thompson
May 28, 2015

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Paula Jones sued President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment, saying he propositioned her when he was Arkansas governor
• Her case led to investigation in which Bill Clinton denied under oath having sex with Monica Lewinsky, leading to his impeachment trial
• Now a stay-at-home mom in Little Rock she tells Daily Mail Online his conduct means he should be kept out of the White House
• Jones says he is still lying and would philander again - and that Hillary lied too so is also unworthy of office
• 'There is no way that she did not know what was going on, that women were being abused and accosted by her husband.

She was the woman who almost brought down the president, with her allegations of sexual harassment.

But 21 years after Paula Jones accused Bill Clinton of lurid behavior, she is speaking out against Hillary and insisting that his wife is not fit to be President either -- because of her husband's history of bad behavior.

In an exclusive interview with Daily Mail Online Jones delivers her own verdict on Hillary's bid to become president, saying that her husband's attitude towards women disqualifies Bill from re-entering the White House -- while what she calls Hillary's 'lies' disqualify her from the Oval Office.

'There is no way that she did not know what was going on, that women were being abused and accosted by her husband,' she says. 'They have both lied.'


Jones, 48, became a national figure when in 1994 she sued President Clinton for sexual harassment after an incident in an Arkansas hotel room three years earlier.

Her lawsuit led to Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky being uncovered and led to Clinton being impeached, accused of lying about the nature of his relationship with the White House intern.

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Back in the spotlight: Paula Jones, at her home in Little Rock, Arkansas, tells Daily Mail Online she does not believe either of the Clintons is worthy of returning to the White House because of his history with women

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Speaking out: Paula Jones in an interview with Time in 1994, when she sued Bill Clinton for sexual harassment. She alleged he propositioned her for oral sex and said 'kiss it'; she received a six-figure settlement

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Political couple: Bill and Hillary Clinton in 1987, when he was governor of Arkansas. Paula Jones says that their 'political marriage' led to Hillary lying about what she knew of Bill's 'abuse' of women

While Jones had her moment in the spotlight, including posing nude for Penthouse magazine and doing the rounds of TV talk shows, she has been happy to fade into obscurity.

This is her first public intervention since the Clintons left the White House in January 2001.

But with Hillary Clinton the Democratic candidate for the 2016 election, Jones has come out swinging with her own personal take on the White House bid.

'She should not be running with the terrible history they have,' she told Daily Mail Online

'Who would want Bill Clinton back a second time, doing the same stuff he was doing before, philandering with women? They have both lied.

'He does not have a right to be in the White House to serve the people the way he treated women, sexually harassing women.

'There were many women that came out and spoke out about what he did to them. He does not have a place in the White House to serve the American people.'


Jones became the central figure in the extraordinary scandal that engulfed the Clinton White House and almost led to his removal from office when she accused him of sexual harassment.

The incident had taken place in 1991 when Clinton was governor of Arkansas and Jones a 24-year-old clerk with the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission.

She claimed he propositioned her in a hotel room at the Excelsior Hotel in Little Rock, dropping his trousers and asking her for oral sex.

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Accusation: Paula Jones announcing her legal case against Bill Clinton at a press conference. The case set in motion a chain of events which led to the president's impeachment trial over alleged perjury

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That woman: Monica Lewinsky hugs Bill Clinton in a picture which became one of the best-known images of the White House sex scandal. Their affair was uncovered by Ken Starr as he investigated the Paula Jones case.

She had asked to meet him because it would be 'exciting' to meet the governor, and she hoped it might lead to promotion. Instead, she said in court, she found herself telling him she was 'not that kind of girl'.

It was a brief encounter and she alleged that Mr Clinton took her hand, pulled her towards him, then said: 'I love your curves.'

She tried to walk away, she said in a deposition, but 'Mr. Clinton then walked over to the sofa, lowered his trousers and underwear, exposed his penis (which was erect) and told me to "kiss it."'

Jones told her sisters and mother about the incident but took no further action.

PAULA JONES'S DEPOSITION WHICH THREW A PRESIDENT INTO CRISIS

We talked for a few minutes. Mr. Clinton asked me about my job. He told me that Dave Harrington (who at that time was in charge of the AIDC) was his 'good friend'.

Mr. Clinton then unexpectedly reached over to me, took my hand, and pulled me toward him, so that our bodies were close to each other. I removed my hand from his and retreated several feet.

Mr. Clinton approached me again, saying 'I love the way your hair flows down your back' and 'I love your curves.'

While saying these things, Mr. Clinton put his hand on my leg and started sliding his hand toward my pelvic area. I did not consent to him doing this. He also bent down to kiss me on the neck, but I would not let him do so.

I exclaimed, 'What are you doing?' and escaped from Mr. Clinton's reach by walking away from him. I was extremely upset and confused and I did not know what to do. I tried to distract Mr. Clinton by asking him about his wife and her activities, and I sat down at the end of the sofa nearest the door.

Mr. Clinton then walked over to the sofa, lowered his trousers and underwear, exposed his penis (which was erect) and told me to 'kiss it'.

I was horrified by this. I jumped up from the couch and told Mr. Clinton that I had to go, saying something to the effect that I had to get back to the registration desk. Mr. Clinton, while fondling his penis, said: 'Well, I don't want to make you do anything you don't want to do.'

Mr. Clinton then stood up, pulled up his pants and said: 'If you get in trouble for leaving work, have Dave call me immediately and I'll take care of it.'

As I left the room, Mr. Clinton detained me momentarily, looked sternly at me and said: 'You are smart. Let's keep this between ourselves.'


It wasn't until two years later, in 1993, when former Clinton bodyguards spoke in a magazine interview about escorting a woman called 'Paula' to his room in May 1991 that she was advised to go public.

She hired a lawyer and in 1994 sued Clinton and asked for $700,000 in damages, claiming she suffered emotional trauma.
Clinton denied the claims, or even that he had met Jones. He dismissed her as an opportunist out for money and to damage him politically.

He asked that the civil suit be put off until he left the White House but in January 1997 an appeals court ruled the trial should go ahead.

A year later Judge Susan Webber Wright tossed out Jones's case saying she had not suffered any damages. She ruled that even if Clinton's behavior had been 'boorish and offensive' it did not amount to sexual harassment under the law.

Jones appealed and the Supreme Court reinstated her case leading to the unprecedented step of President Clinton being forced to make a deposition.

While working on the Paula Jones investigation, independent prosecutor Kenneth Starr uncovered Clinton's alleged affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Clinton was asked if he had sex with Lewinsky –- and denied it.

He would make the now infamous statement: 'I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Monica Lewinsky,' but would later go on TV to admit to an inappropriate relationship with the 21-year-old.

Hillary stood by him, although former White House staff have recently said she used a book kept on her bedside to bash her husband around the head so hard it caused him bleed.

Staffers told Kate Andersen Brower for her book The Residence: Inside the Private World of The White House, how they heard loud arguments coming from the private quarters of the White House around the time of the Lewinsky affair.

During the Clinton sex scandal Jones became a sideshow as Linda Tripp produced a semen-stained blue dress and audiotapes of her secretly recorded conversations with Lewinsky.

It was the president's original statement to lawyers for Jones that almost led to hid downfall, as he had denied any improper relationship with Lewinsky, which was found to be untrue.

Having been accused of perjury, charges were drawn up and impeachment proceedings begun.

Although Democratic leaders preferred to censure the president, Congress began the impeachment process against Clinton in December 1998.

A divided House of Representatives impeached him on December 19 and the issue then passed to the Senate, where after a five week trial, he was acquitted.

Clinton survived the political fallout what became known as the 'Lewinsky affair'. His marriage to Hillary also survived.

By the time Lewinsky was headline news, Jones had already reached an out of court settlement with the President.

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Infamous moment: This was the moment Bill Clinton publicly denied an improper relationship with Monica Lewinsky, saying: 'I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky.'

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Support: Hillary was at her husband Bill's side as the made the statement which set the scandal alight and whispered in his ear after he made it.

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Paula Jones says that both of them are besmirched by his conduct

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Dramatic moment: Bill Clinton's deposition in the Paula Jones case became part of the wider scandal ...

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which saw Monica Lewinsky also questioned under oath about her affair with him in the White House

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Political spectacle: This was the scene on Capitol Hill as the Senate voted at the end of Bill Clinton's five-week long impeachment trial -- the first since 1868. The chief justice, William Rehnquist is presiding at the far right.

Despite denying her claimsm he agreed to pay her $850,000, but did not offer an apology. One of his attorneys said it was simply to end the case and move on with his life.

Legal fees ate up over $600,000 of the award, and the pressure of being in the spotlight for almost four years caused her first marriage to end.

It also resulted in Clinton agreeing to be stripped of his license to practice law in Arkansas starting five years after he left the White House, having been found in contempt of court in 1999 for misleading testimony and reported to the state bar over the finding.

Her experience is likely to shape her views of the Clintons -- especially her view of the nature of their marriage,

'He is going to be telling her what to do,' she said. 'It is a partnership. They have a political relationship, that is all it is.'

While countless books and articles have been written about the dynamics of the Clinton marriage, Jones is insistent that Hillary was fully aware of what her husband was like.

'I believe she knew all about it. Theirs was a political relationship and not a normal relationship that a man and a wife have. They did not have a normal relationship.'


Jones, who has three sons, Maddison, 22, Preston,18, both from her first marriage and Colton, 11, from her second, is dismissive of the way Hillary announced her candidacy with a You Tube video featuring 'everyday' people and saying she was going to be their champion.

'If she is for the everyday person, why did she not stand up for the women when she knew what her husband did?

'There is no way that she did not know what was going on, that women were being abused and accosted by her husband.

'She knew what was happening and chose to ignore it. It was a political relationship and suited them both.'

She added: 'The Clintons don't care what they do, who they run over to get to the top. It is all about political status.'

Jones said Hillary, like her husband, doesn't seem to know the difference between the truth and lies.

'When she left the White House, she said she was broke. How can you be broke coming out of the White House? She had all these deals, books deals. They are just not truthful.

'There is a history of not being truthful. I would not believe anything they said. I really don't know why she wants to run, I suppose it is an ego thing.'


Asked what she would say to Bill Clinton if she ever met him, Jones said she would like him to admit what he did.

'I would ask him why he would not fess up and tell the truth as he knew what happened,' she said.

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Exposure: After the scandal which had engulfed her for most of a decade, Paula Jones posed for Penthouse magazine in a dozen pictures ...

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including this one, by Earl Miller, saying it would help her children's college fees

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Relaxed: Posing with her family pet at her Arkansas home, Paula Jones tells Daily Mail Online she does not want to see the Clintons back in the White House, but has no regrets over the past. 'I am not ashamed of what I did as I always told the truth,' she said.

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Selfies: Paula Jones is active on social media and happy to tell people that she is that Paula Jones.

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'I like to speak my mind,' she says.

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Taxing: Paula and her adviser Susan Carpenter McMillan leave a press conference after her attorneys asked the Treasury Department to open an investigation into whether an audit of Jones by the IRS was politically motivated.

'He should be a man. I am sure it would have been a different story if he had just told the truth.'

She added: 'I just think it's a very bad thing. How she has the balls to think she can get away with it with all the scandal behind her name?

'I don't understand how. She will not be getting my vote and I know a lot of people personally that sure don't want her.'

Over two decades on from being the most talked about woman in America, Jones says she has no regrets.

'I told the truth so there are no regrets at all,' she said.

I would ask him why he would not fess up and tell the truth as he knew what happened.What happened happened. I am not ashamed of what I did as I always told the truth

-- What Paula Jones would tell Bill Clinton if they met


Although she has not been in the spotlight for some years, Jones is still recognized, and people ask to have their photograph taken with her.

'People come up and ask if I am that Paula Jones. I've got nothing to be ashamed of, and tell them "yes".'

Jones can't be missed in her hometown of Cabot, near Little Rock, as she speeds around town in her white Dodge Charger car with pink stripes.

Her license plate '2 Feisty' also makes her stand out, and is an accurate description of her personality.

'That's me,' she says with a smile. 'I like to speak my mind.'

Active on social media, Jones enjoys posting sefies and having maintained the looks and figure that earned her a nude photo spread, she laps up compliments from friends.

She does, however, maintain the privacy of her second husband and her children.

Not surprisingly she has little respect for Bill Clinton, as she maintains he is a liar who was happy to pay her close to $1 million but would not apologize for his actions.

Her scorn for his wife is equally ferocious, and she shudders at the thought of Bill back in the White House -- even if it is playing second fiddle to Hillary.

Jones said politics don't interest her much, but she fears for her children's future if Hillary wins the race for the White House.

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Still united: Bill and Hilary Clinton were together most recently at the weekend as they took part in a Memorial Day parade in Chappaqua, the upscale town north of New York City which is their home.

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On the trail: Hillary Clinton campaigns in Columbia, South Carolina, this week. The Democratic frontrunner is heavily criticized by Paula Jones: 'She will not be getting my vote and I know a lot of people personally that sure don't want her.'

'I would be afraid for me, my family, everybody. She is not capable, and has such a terrible history,' she said.

As a stay-at-home mom, she is now focused on her three children and husband of 14 years.

She has occasionally given interviews, and appeared with British comedian Ruby Wax, who coerced her into reenacting her encounter with Clinton in the Little Rock hotel room.

After accusing Clinton, she rode the publicity by posing naked for Penthouse magazine.

She said the $150,000 fee would help pay for her sons' college fees and secure her future.

The pictorial spread led her to be labeled 'trailer trash' by Clinton supporters.

But over two decades on from her brush with fame, Jones said she doesn't have any regrets.

She said: 'No regrets. It happened to me, and it is the truth. It happened to me, and I am just living a normal life. '

Jones said she did enjoy the attention that came from the media.

'I can tell you it was fun to be pampered over. It was something. I was not used to it, and that came along with me being in this terrible vortex of political mess. That's what it was.'

Her life now revolves around her husband Steven, 52, who runs a construction business, and the three children.

Her sons all know about what she calls her 'short history' with Bill Clinton.

'What happened, happened. I am not ashamed of what I did, as I always told the truth, ' she said.
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Re: 'Don't let Bill back in the White House, he abused women

Postby admin » Fri May 20, 2016 9:38 am

Hillary Clinton's camp fears a new 'bimbo eruption' will put the kibosh on candidacy - especially from Gennifer Flowers who claimed Bill liked to be blindfolded and tied up with silk scarves and called his wife 'Hilla the Hun'
by Laura Collins
July 31, 2015

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• In recent weeks Hillary's campaign has found itself increasingly mired in the scandals of the past
• Paula Jones slammed Hillary saying she 'lied' about sexual scandals
• Linda Tripp told Daily Mail Online Hillary ruthlessly destroyed the credibility of the women who came forward during Bill's presidency
• Ron Kessler, who divulged Bill's affair with woman dubbed 'The Energizer' tells Daily Mail Online no doubt that more revelations will emerge
Gennifer Flowers, who had a 12-year-affair with Clinton could be next
• Flowers has revealed Bill used to fantasize about having sex with his lover in a store window and have her use SEX TOYS on him
• Bill had a penchant for phone sex and sex-play that involved blindfolding and she tied him to her bedposts with silk scarves

Fears are growing among Hillary Clinton's advisors that Bill's sordid past is returning to thwart his wife's presidential campaign.

With her presidential bid, the couple's relationship is the subject of renewed scrutiny, bringing with it the threat of a second 'eruption of bimbos' akin to the one that almost derailed Bill's own presidential bid first time round.

In recent weeks, Hillary's campaign has found itself increasingly mired in the scandals of the past.

Paula Jones, whose sexual harassment case almost cost Bill the presidency 21 years ago, has already come forward to deliver her verdict on Hillary's bid for the highest office.

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Gennifer Redux: Among the most embarrassing of bimbo eruptions was Gennifer Flowers, whose torrid 12-year affair with Bill during his time as Attorney General and Governor of Arkansas wrought havoc on his presidential bid in 1992. Flowers may be next to divulge more damaging secrets of her time with the former president

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Slammed: In an exclusive interview with Daily Mail Online, Paula Jones slammed Hillary's hopes, saying her 'lies' over sexual scandals of which she must have been aware, should disqualify her from the Oval office

In an exclusive interview with Daily Mail Online she slammed Hillary's hopes saying her 'lies' over sexual scandals of which she must have been aware, should disqualify her from the Oval office.

Similarly Linda Tripp, the woman who outed Monica Lewinsky, felt compelled to speak out against Hillary's presidential bid. She broke more than a decade of silence in an exclusive interview with Daily Mail Online in which she described Hillary as forever associated 'with the lingering taint of scandal and wrongdoing.'

She revealed how Hillary stage-managed and orchestrated the 'bimbo eruptions,' ruthlessly destroying the credibility of the women who came forward, and neatly turning herself into First Victim in the process.

Today Lucianne Goldberg, the literary agent who looked after several of the women claiming relations with Bill Clinton, said it is no longer a matter of 'if' the 'bimbo eruptions' will return to haunt Hillary.

Speaking to Daily Mail Online, Goldberg said: 'It's already happened. It's back. I think it's something they've always been worried about.'

According to Goldberg, the 'bimbo eruptions' are just one of many scandals that have left her convinced that Hillary will have to bow out before nominations.

She said: 'I don't think she's going to make it to the nomination. I never thought she would. It's cumulative. It's everything piling on her.'

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First victim: Bill Clinton shared with Gennifer Flowers the reality of his marriage to Hillary whom he called 'The Sarge' or 'Hilla the Hun'

And, she added: 'I think there are people who need to be reminded of this, because it's a whole generation since it happened…[but] you just can't get the toothpaste back in the tube once it's out there.'

And there may be more to come. Just last year Ronald Kessler's book, 'The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of Presidents,' which detailed Hillary's derisive treatment of her Secret Service team, claimed that Clinton had a busty mistress nicknamed 'the Energizer' by his security staff.

Now Kessler, whose book is currently out in paperback, is in no doubt that more revelations will emerge as the presidential campaign heats up.

Speaking to Daily Mail Online, Kessler said: 'There's no question that more will be coming out about Bill Clinton's sexual antics as the campaign heats up -– more details that will surely embarrass Hillary, and maybe even end up defeating her.'

Among the revelations in his book are explosive claims that Clinton has a ‘blonde, busty mistress, and she’s been code named Energizer by agents.’

There's no question that more will be coming out about Bill Clinton's sexual antics as the campaign heats up -– more details that will surely embarrass Hillary and maybe even end up defeating her.

-- Ronald Kessler


He reveals, ‘This is unofficial, but it’s what they call her…She comes in to the Chappaqua home whenever Hillary leaves. The details coordinate to make sure they don’t cross paths. She, unlike Hillary, is very nice to the [security] agents. She’ll bring cookies.’

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Kathleen Willey, who has claimed she was sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton during his presidency in 1993, is going after Hillary with a website chronicling 'a scandal a day' –- and she's looking for more sex-harassment victims.

Willey says Hillary Clinton is 'the most corrupt human being, the most corrupt politician that this nation has ever seen, man or woman.'

She's working overtime to remind Americans -– and to teach young voters who weren't yet born in 1993 -– of her husband's reputation as a legendary lothario.

Among the most explosive of scandals was Gennifer Flowers, 65, whose torrid 12-year affair with Bill during his time as Attorney General and governor of Arkansas wrought havoc on his presidential bid in 1992. She may be next to divulge more damaging secrets of her time with the former president.

Clinton, 66, publicly denied the affair in a Sixty Minutes special in 1992 during which Hillary sat by her husband's side silently supporting his protestations of innocence.

Flowers watched that broadcast with 'disgust' convinced that it was Hillary who was behind her former lover's vociferous attempts to disown and discredit her. She has since asserted that she believes the marriage to be tantamount to a 'business arrangement,' with Hillary's own pursuit of her political ambitions as the ultimate pay-off for tolerating her husband's numerous infidelities.

In a sentiment that chimes with Paula Jones's allegations of Hillary's complicity in her husband's lies, and Linda Tripp's insistence that Hillary was aware of and covered up Clinton's numerous indiscretions, Flowers has insisted that Hillary, 67, knew of her affair with Bill, once even asking 'How's Gennifer?' when Bill hung up after a telephone conversation with her.


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Linda Tripp has revealed how Hillary stage-managed and orchestrated the 'bimbo eruptions,' ruthlessly destroying the credibility of the women like Monica Lewinsky who came forward, and neatly turning herself into First Victim in the process.

She has claimed that Hillary and Bill have an 'understanding' where 'each would look the other way,' at the other's marital infidelities and sexual indiscretions.

According to Lucianne Goldberg, Hillary did more than turn a blind eye. She was heavily involved in covering her husband's tracks. She explained: 'She has known it all along. A lot of those women came to me at the time. There were several. Every one of them was a nice woman.

'They all were approached by Hillary's detectives who would take them out to coffee and shove a piece of paper across the table and say, 'Here, sign this,' and it was to say they never had anything to do with Bill Clinton. So this has been going on for most of their married life.'


Certainly Clinton's indiscretions with Flowers were, according to the former newscaster turned singer, manifold.

Looking back she has said, 'I believe Bill and I were like drug addicts. But instead of heroin or cocaine, we were addicted to the escalating sexual excitement we were creating.'

Bill shared with her the reality of his marriage to Hillary whom he called 'The Sarge,' or 'Hilla the Hun,' and claimed that sex with her was nothing but a 'duty.'


And while there may be fears that Flowers will once again come forward, it is hard to imagine what secrets she can still harbor after she wrote of her affair with Bill in excruciating detail in her memoir, 'Passion and Betrayal,' and the later book, 'Sleeping with the President: My Intimate Years With Bill Clinton.'

In the books she revealed that Bill was 'not very well endowed,' but that 'his desire to please' was 'astounding.' She described their often experimental sex life as one filled with fantasy and play. Frustrated by the clandestine nature of their affair, Bill used to fantasize about having sex with his lover in a store window.

According to Flowers, Bill shared with her the reality of his marriage to Hillary whom he called 'The Sarge,' or 'Hilla the Hun,' and claimed that sex with her was nothing but a 'duty.'

In stark contrast, she described wild sex with Clinton who, she revealed, had a penchant for telephone sex and sex-play that involved blindfolding her, and feeding her various food items. And though she claims to have drawn the line at Clinton's request for a threesome, she recalled how on several occasions she tied him to her bedposts with silk scarves.

'He was completely at my mercy,' she wrote. 'And I took full advantage of it…Bill has always wanted to take it a step further, so next time I tied him to the bed, he asked me to use a dildo-shaped vibrator on him.'

She also revealed that the couple nicknamed their private parts. She called hers Precious, he called his Willard.

At times, Clinton was surprisingly reckless, asking Flowers to dress like a man and meet him at a public bar -– unconvinced that she could pull off the disguise, she didn't go through with their plan.

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Linda Tripp (left) was encouraged to tape her private conversation with Monica by ...

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Lucianne Goldberg (right), the literary agent who looked after several of the women claiming relations with Bill Clinton.

On another occasion, he tried to persuade her to have sex with him in a restroom at the Governor's mansion, while Hillary was co-hosting a function with him and just yards away in another room.

It was, Flowers believed, evidence of a 'bulletproof attitude' that Clinton adopted in relation not only to their affair, but also to recreational drug use.

She recalled one occasion when 'he casually put his hand in his pants pocket and pulled out a joint…I thought how foolish it was of him to carry marijuana around but…he felt comfortable enough to continue smoking.'


She said she never saw him use cocaine, but that he talked about it, once referring to a party he had been to and claiming, 'I got so f***** up on cocaine at that party.' He said it made his scalp itch.

Flowers also recalled her less than favorable first impressions of Hillary whom she first saw at a function in Russellville, Arkansas. Flowers admitted that her initial thought was, 'What in the hell does he see in her?'

She said: 'She looked like a fat frump…She had big, thick glasses; an ugly dress; and a big, fat butt.'

In later years, Flowers conceded, 'I do think Hillary looks good….I think she had a lot of help with her appearance during the presidential campaign, and it really paid off.'

But Hillary's image makers today can do little to stop her husband's past from threatening to tarnish Hillary's present. As the couple strive to present a united front, Flowers' own belief is that the marriage 'is not a happy one.' She claimed that Hillary 'did nothing to stop the affair.'

Speaking to Daily Mail Online recently, Flowers said that the former president called her as recently as 2005 asking to meet up, and alleged that Hillary was bisexual, and that Clinton had long been aware of the fact.


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Ronald Kessler, author of The First Family Detail out in paperback, is in no doubt that more revelations will emerge as the presidential campaign heats up.

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Clinton told his mistress, she said, that his wife was 'cold and not playful at all in bed. She didn't like to experiment, and insisted on the missionary position and nothing else.'

It was, according to Flowers, a lack of enthusiasm that first raised Clinton's suspicions that his wife was more interested in women than men. He told her, she said, 'Honey, she's probably eaten more p**** than me.'

She also voiced the belief that she and Clinton wouldn't be together to this day had it not been for the birth of Chelsea, whom he adores –- an assertion made all the more piquant by the fact that Flowers claimed that Clinton paid for an abortion after she fell pregnant during their affair.


Between December 1990 and January 1992, Flowers recorded four telephone conversations conducted between her and Clinton. She did so, she has explained, to protect herself after she was named as one of Clinton's lovers in a lawsuit filed in 1990.

In her statement to the press on 28 January 1992, the day her story appeared in the Star, Flowers said: 'The pressure was so intense, I thought I might have to leave Little Rock, which is my home.

'In 1990, Larry Nichols had filed a lawsuit naming me as one of Bill's lovers. The rumor spread, and the pressure was enormous. I was scared, and I was alone. To protect myself, I began taping my telephone conversations.'

In one she can be heard asking Clinton if he intends to run for president.

He replied: 'I want to…I wonder if I'm just going to be blown out of the water with these [allegations of womanizing]. I don't see how they can [have overlooked it] so far.'
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Re: 'Don't let Bill back in the White House, he abused women

Postby admin » Fri May 20, 2016 9:47 am

Trump suggests Bill Clinton raped women
by Jill Colvin
May 19, 2016
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Rape allegations against Bill Clinton surfaced several times in his career. Juanita Broadrick claimed rape.

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has used the word “rape” in discussing past allegations of sexual misconduct involving former President Bill Clinton, further escalating his rhetoric on the subject.

Clinton’s wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, is the front-runner for the Democratic nomination and Trump’s likely opponent in the November general election.

In an interview Wednesday night with Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity, Trump was answering questions about an unflattering story published this past weekend by The New York Times involving his relationships with women when he turned his attention to Bill Clinton.

“By the way, you know, it’s not like the worst things, OK,” Trump said. “You look at what Clinton’s gone through with all of the problems and all of the things that he’s done.”

Hannity went on to question whether the newspaper would interview women including Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey. All three have accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct.

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Kathleen Wiley said Bill Clinton fondled her in the White House.

“In one case, it’s about exposure. In another case, it’s about groping and fondling and touching against a woman’s will,” Hannity said.

“And rape,” Trump responded.

“And rape,” Hannity repeated.

In response to the exchange, Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill said in a statement: “Trump is doing what he does best, attacking when he feels wounded and dragging the American people through the mud for his own gain. If that’s the kind of campaign he wants to run that’s his choice.”

Allegations of womanizing, extramarital affairs and abuse have trickled out over the course of Bill Clinton’s political life, including what his campaign referred to as “bimbo eruptions” when he first ran for president in 1992.

More allegations of misbehavior emerged after investigators in 1997 started looking into Clinton’s sexual encounters with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. Clinton was impeached over the Lewinsky affair.

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President Bill Clinton admitted improper sexual conduct with Paula Jones and paid her $850,000 as part of the admission.

In 1998, he agreed to an $850,000 settlement with Jones, an Arkansas state worker, who had accused Clinton of exposing himself and making indecent propositions when Clinton was the state’s governor. The settlement included no apology or admission of guilt.

Broaddrick, a nurse, in 1999 claimed she was raped by then-state Attorney General Clinton at a Little Rock hotel in 1978. Kathleen Willey, a White House volunteer, claimed Clinton fondled her when she met privately with him at the White House in 1993 to seek a job.

Clinton denied the allegations by Broaddrick and Willey.

Trump has made clear in recent weeks that he intends to make Bill Clinton’s sexual history a key campaign issue, describing him at rallies and on social media as “the worst abuser of women in the history of politics” and labeling his wife an “enabler.”

Hillary Clinton has refused to respond to Trump’s comments, at one point telling reporters she had “nothing to say” about Trump “and how he’s running his campaign.”
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Juanita isn't the only one: Bill Clinton's long history of sexual violence against women dates back some 30 years
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(Editor's Note: The following story is an update of previously-published information and contains some new material.)

Women have been charging Bill Clinton with sexual assault since his days as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford 30 years ago.

A continuing investigation into the President's questionable sexual history reveal incidents that go back as far as Clinton's college days, with more than a dozen women claiming his sexual appetites leave little room for the word ''no.''

Juanita Broaddrick, an Arkansas nursing home operator, told NBC's Lisa Myers five weeks ago she was raped by Clinton. NBC shelved the interview, saying they were confirming all parts of the story, but finally aired it Wednesday night.



[Lisa] Juanita Broaddrick's story begins in 1978. She was a registered nurse who had started her own nursing home in Van Buren, Arkansas. Bill Clinton, the state attorney general, was running for governor.

[Bill Clinton] I believe the people expect me to be ready to be governor if I'm elected.

[Juanita] I thought he was just something that was really going to be good for Arkansas. I thought he was a very charismatic man that had bright ideas for our state, and I just really liked him.

[Lisa] Broaddrick, whose married name at the time was Juanita Hickey said she was so impressed with Clinton that she volunteered to hand out bumperstickers inside, her first and only political campaign. Broaddrick says she met Bill Clinton for the first time when he made a campaign stop at her nursing home in the Spring of 1978 when these pictures were taken.

[Juanita] While he was there visiting, he said, "If you're ever in the Little Rock area, please drop by our campaign office." And he said, "Be sure and call me when you come in; call down to the campaign office."

[Lisa] Broaddrick says not long after that conversation, she did go to Little Rock for a nursing home meeting held at the Camelot Hotel, now the Doubletree. She said she checked into the hotel, and the next morning called Clinton campaign headquarters. She said she was told Clinton was at his apartment, and to call him there.

[Juanita] I did call and asked him if he was going to be in the headquarters that day. And he said, "No, that he didn't plan to be there." He said, "Why don't I just meet you for coffee in the Camelot coffee shop?"

[Lisa] But Broaddrick said Clinton called later -- she thinks it was around 9:00 in the morning -- and asked if they could meet in her hotel room, because there were reporters in the coffee shop. Did you think that his interest in you at the time was personal or professional?

[Juanita] I thought it was professional completely.

[Lisa] So you thought this was going to be a business meeting?

[Juanita] Yes I did. Yes, I really did.

[Lisa] Did you have any qualms at all about him going to the room?

[Juanita] I was a little bit uneasy, but I felt a real friendship towards this man. And I didn't really feel any danger in him coming to my room. And I sort of ushered us over to the coffee -- I had coffee sitting on a little table over there by the window -- and it was a real pretty window view that looked down at the river. And he came around me and sort of put his arm over my shoulder to point to this little building, and said that he was real interested if he became governor to restore that little building. And then all of a sudden, he turned me around and started kissing me. And that was a real shock.

[Lisa] What did you do?

[Juanita] I first pushed him away; I just told him, "No," you know, "Please don't do that." And I forget -- it's been 21 years Lisa, and I forget exactly what he was saying -- it seemed like he was making statements that would relate to "Well, did you not know why I was coming up here?" and I told him at the time, I said, "I am married, and I have other things going on in my life, and this is something that I am not interested in."

[Lisa] Had you that morning, or any other time, given him any reason to believe you might be receptive?

[Juanita] No. None. None whatsoever.

[Lisa] Then what happens?

[Juanita] Then he tries to kiss me again, and the second time he tries to kiss me, he starts biting on my lip. [Breaks down crying and sobbing and covering her face with her hands] Just a minute. He starts to bite on my top lip, and I try to pull away from him. And then he forces me down on the bed. And I was just very frightened. And I tried to get away from him, and I told him, "No." I didn't know what to say. But he wouldn't listen to me.

[Lisa] Did you resist? Did you tell him to stop?

[Juanita] Yes. I told him, "Please don't." He was such a different person at that moment. He was just a vicious, awful person.

[Lisa] You said there was a point at which you stopped resisting?

[Juanita] Yeah.

[Lisa] Why?

[Juanita] It was a real panicky, panicky situation. And I was even to the point where I was getting very noisy, you know, yelling, telling him to please stop. That's when he would press down on my right shoulder and he would bite on my lip.

[Lisa] Broaddrick also says the waist of her skirt, and her pantyhose, were torn.

[Juanita] When everything was over with, and he got up and straightened himself -- I was crying at the moment -- and he walks to the door, and calmly puts on his sunglasses, and before he goes out the door he says, "You better get some ice on that." Then he turned and went out the door.

[Lisa] On your lip?

[Juanita] Yeah.

[Lisa] She estimates that Clinton was in her room less than 30 minutes. Is there any way at all that Bill Clinton could have thought this was consensual?

[Juanita] No, not with what I told him, and with how I tried to push him away. It was NOT consensual.

[Lisa] You're saying that Bill Clinton sexually assaulted you, that he raped you?

[Juanita] Yes.

[Lisa] And there's no doubt in your mind that that's what happened?

[Juanita] No doubt whatsoever.


Broaddrick finally took her story to The Wall Street Journal, which published her account of the brutal rape at the hands of the future President, followed by The Washington Post and some other publications.

But Capitol Hill Blue has confirmed that Broaddrick's story is only one account of many attempted and actual sexual assaults by Clinton that go back 30 years. Among the other incidents:

Eileen Wellstone, 19-year-old English woman who said Clinton sexually assaulted her after she met him at a pub near the Oxford where the future President was a student in 1969. A retired State Department employee, who asked not to be identified, confirmed that he spoke with the family of the girl and filed a report with his superiors. Clinton admitted having sex with the girl, but claimed it was consensual. The victim's family declined to pursue the case;

In 1972, a 22-year-old woman told campus police at Yale University that she was sexually assaulted by Clinton, a law student at the college. No charges were filed, but retired campus policemen contacted by Capitol Hill Blue confirmed the incident. The woman, tracked down by Capitol Hill Bluelast week, confirmed the incident, but declined to discuss it further and would not give permission to use her name;

In 1974, a female student at the University of Arkansas complained that then-law school instructor Bill Clinton tried to prevent her from leaving his office during a conference. She said he groped her and forced his hand inside her blouse. She complained to her faculty advisor who confronted Clinton, but Clinton claimed the student ''came on'' to him. The student left the school shortly after the incident. Reached at her home in Texas, the former student confirmed the incident, but declined to go on the record with her account. Several former students at the University have confirmed the incident in confidential interviews and said there were other reports of Clinton attempting to force himself on female students;

• Broaddrick, a volunteer in Clinton's gubernatorial campaign, said he raped her in 1978. Mrs. Broaddrick suffered a bruised and torn lip, which she said she suffered when Clinton bit her during the rape;

• From 1978-1980, during Clinton's first term as governor of Arkansas, state troopers assigned to protect the governor were aware of at least seven complaints from women who said Clinton forced, or attempted to force, himself on them sexually. One retired state trooper said in an interview that the common joke among those assigned to protect Clinton was "who's next?". One former state trooper said other troopers would often escort women to the governor's hotel room after political events, often more than one an evening;

Carolyn Moffet, a legal secretary in Little Rock in 1979, said she met then-governor Clinton at a political fundraiser and shortly thereafter received an invitation to meet the governor in his hotel room. "I was escorted there by a state trooper. When I went in, he was sitting on a couch, wearing only an undershirt. He pointed at his penis and told me to suck it. I told him I didn't even do that for my boyfriend and he got mad, grabbed my head and shoved it into his lap. I pulled away from him and ran out of the room."

Elizabeth Ward, the Miss Arkansas who won the Miss America crown in 1982, told friends she was forced by Clinton to have sex with him shortly after she won her state crown. Last year, Ward, who is now married with the last name of Gracen (from her first marriage), told an interviewer she did have sex with Clinton but said it was consensual. Close friends of Ward, however, say she still maintains privately that Clinton forced himself on her.

Paula [Jones] Corbin, an Arkansas state worker, filed a sexual harassment case against Clinton after an encounter in a Little Rock hotel room where the then-governor exposed himself and demanded oral sex. Clinton settled the case with Jones recently with an $850,000 cash payment.

Sandra Allen James, a former Washington, DC, political fundraiser says Presidential candidate-to-be Clinton invited her to his hotel room during a political trip to the nation's capital in 1991, pinned her against the wall and stuck his hand up her dress. She says she screamed loud enough for the Arkansas State Trooper stationed outside the hotel suite to bang on the door and ask if everything was all right, at which point Clinton released her and she fled the room. When she reported the incident to her boss, he advised her to keep her mouth shut if she wanted to keep working. Miss James has since married and left Washington. Reached at her home last week, the former Miss James said she later learned that other women suffered the same fate at Clinton's hands when he was in Washington during his Presidential run.

Christy Zercher, a flight attendant on Clinton's leased campaign plane in 1992, says Presidential candidate Clinton exposed himself to her, grabbed her breasts and made explicit remarks about oral sex. A video shot on board the plane by ABC News shows an obviously inebriated Clinton with his hand between another young flight attendant's legs. Zercher said later in an interview that White House attorney Bruce Lindsey tried to pressure her into not going public about the assault.

Kathleen Willey, a White House volunteer, reported that Clinton grabbed her, fondled her breast and pressed her hand against his genitals during an Oval Office meeting in November, 1993. Willey, who told her story in a 60 Minutesinterview, became a target of a White House-directed smear campaign after she went public.

In an interview with Capitol Hill Blue, the retired State Department employee said he believed the story by Miss Wellstone, the young English woman who said Clinton raped her in 1969.

''There was no doubt in my mind that this young woman had suffered severe emotional trauma,'' he said. ''But we were under tremendous pressure to avoid the embarrassment of having a Rhodes Scholar charged with rape. I filed a report with my superiors, and that was the last I heard of it.''

Miss Wellstone, who is now married and lives near London, confirmed the incident when contacted this week, but refused to discuss the matter further. She said she would not go public with further details of the attack. Afterwards, she changed her phone number and hired a barrister who warned a reporter to stay away from his client.

In his book, Unlimited Access, former FBI agent Gary Aldrich reported that Clinton left Oxford University for a "European Tour," in 1969 and was told by University officials that he was no longer welcome there. Aldrich said Clinton's academic record at Oxford was lackluster. Clinton later accepted a scholarship for Yale Law School and did not complete his studies at Oxford.

The State Department official who investigated the incident said Clinton's interests appeared to be drinking, drugs and sex, not studies.


A8 -- Eau Claire Leader-Telegram Thursday, April 22, 1971

Says Girls Molested: Columnist Reveals Al Capp 'Incidents'
By Jack Anderson
Bell-McClure Syndicate

WASHINGTON -- All Capp, the famed cartoonist and caustic critic of college students, was shown out of town by University of Alabama police a few years ago after he allegedly made indecent advances toward several coeds.

The incident, hushed up for three years by the university administration, is both ironic and significant. For Capp's scathing denunciations of college students and their morals have made him one of the most controversial commentators of the day.

He now has a syndicated newspaper column and his broadcast commentaries are heard on some 200 radio stations. He was even approached to run for the Senate. But his principal forum has been the campus where some of his biting remarks have become famous.

Capp Denies Charges

Reached at his studio in Cambridge, Mass., Capp told my associate Brit Hume that the Alabama allegations made him sick and he would neither confirm nor deny them. Instead, he immediately boarded a plane and flew to Washington to discuss the matter with us.

In our office, he repeatedly declined to discuss the episode, claiming it made him ill. All he would say was: "I have never become involved with any student." Pressed, he finally listened to a review of the allegations and, when questioned about them, specifically denied them.

It gives us no pleasure to make these revelations about a man whose legendary "Li'l Abner" cartoon creations have amused millions of Americans for generations.

But Al Capp today is much more than a gifted cartoonist and brilliant humorist. He is a major public figure, whose views reach and influence millions. He even seriously considered running against Se. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass.

'Right to Know'

Therefore, we believe the public has a right to any information which may bear on his qualifications to speak, particularly when the incident involved is so obviously relevant to the selfsame subjects on which he has been holding forth.

In a widely quoted speech at Princeton, Capp said: "Princeton has sunk to a moral level that a chimpanzee can live with, but only a chimpanzee. It has become a combination playpen and pigpen because it disregards the inferiority of the college student to every other class."

"President Nixon," Capp has said, "showed angelic restraint when he called students bums." On another occasion, he said: "Colleges today are filled with Fagin professors who don't teach ... they just corrupt."

Although Capp denies any misconduct and says he cannot remember being asked to leave Tuscaloosa, we have confirmed the Alabama incident with a number of high-level university officials.

They include Dean of Women Sarah Healy and University Security Director Col. Beverly Lee. On instructions from then University President Dr. Frank Rose, Lee went to Capp's hotel, asked him to leave and followed his car to the town line.

Capp On Campus

In addition, we have established the details of Capp's alleged encounters with the four young women involved. Two of them have given us notarized affidavits recounting their experiences.

Based on our interviews and affidavits, here is what occurred: Capp arrived in Tuscaloosa Sunday, Feb. 11, 1958, to make a speech as part of the university's annual arts festival.

Late that afternoon, a coed, active in the arts program went to his room at the Stafford Hotel to deliver a university yearbook and other materials he had requested for his speech the next night.

Capp told the young woman he was [illegible] with her and disclosed [illegible] and other materials he had requested for his speech the next night.

Capp told the young woman he was impressed with her and discussed the possibility of hiring her to help produce the "Capp on Campus" radio series, then in progress.

He began making forceful advances toward her and exposing himself to her. She tried to leave but found she could not get the door open. She finally broke free and locked herself in the bathroom until he agreed to let her go.

Although she was not injured, she was sufficiently upset by the experience to be admitted a few days later to the university infirmary where she remained under sedation for several days.

That evening, another coed, whose job it was to greet visiting speakers, went to see Capp at his hotel. He exposed himself to her and made suggestive comments. She, too, found she could not open the door, but he let her go when she threatened to open a window and scream.

The next afternoon Capp was introduced in his room to another woman student who has just completed a taped interview with his staff for a planned broadcast called the [illegible] Morality." Capp exposed himself to her and made suggestive comments. She immediately left.

Late that night, he brought another coed to his room where he said a party was planned. There was no party, however, and Capp made an unsuccessful [illegible] at the girl.

Exodus from Town

The next morning, reports of the four incidents had [illegible] the university administration and Dr. Rose sent [illegible] to Capp's room. "He [illegible] to get out and he [illegible] out and went to Bir [illegible]," Lee told us.

[Illegible] why no charges were brought against Capp, Dean [illegible] explained: "The young girls were not physically [illegible] and we felt that the [illegible] and notoriety should [illegible]."

-- FBI Documents Responsive to FOIPA Request for Cartoonist Al Capp


"I came away from the incident with the clear impression that this was a young man who was there to party, not study," he said.

Oxford officials refused comment. The State Department also refused to comment on the incident. A Freedom of Information request filed by Capitol Hill Blue failed to turn up any records of the incident.

Capitol Hill Blue also spoke with the former Miss James, the Washington fundraiser who confirmed the encounter with Clinton at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington, but first said she would not appear publicly because anyone who does so is destroyed by the Clinton White House.

''My husband and children deserve better than that,'' she said when first contacted two weeks ago. After reading the Broaddrick story Friday, however, she called back and gave permission to use her maiden name, but said she had no intention of pursuing the matter.

"I wasn't raped, but I was trapped in a hotel room for a brief moment by a boorish man," she said. "I got away. He tried calling me several times after that, but I didn't take his phone calls. Then he stopped. I guess he moved on."

But Miss James also retreated from public view this week after other news organizations contacted her.

The former Miss Moffet, the legal secretary who says Clinton tried to force her into oral sex in 1979, has since married and left the state. She says that when she told her boyfriend, who was a lawyer and supporter of Clinton, about the incident, he told her to keep her mouth shut.

"He said that people who crossed the governor usually regretted it and that if I knew what was good for me I'd forget that it ever happened," she said. "I haven't forgotten it. You don't forget crude men like that."

Like two other women, the former Miss Moffet declined further interviews. A neighbor said she had received threatening phone calls.


The other encounters were confirmed with more than 30 interviews with retired Arkansas state employees, former state troopers and former Yale and University of Arkansas students. Like others, they refused to go public because of fears of retaliation from the Clinton White House.

Likewise, the mainstream media has shied away from the Broaddrick story. Initially, only The Drudge Report and other Internet news sites have actively pursued it. Since initial publication of this story, a few mainstream media outlets have expressed interest in interviewing the women.

The White House did not return calls for comment. White House attorney David Kendall has issued a public denial of the Broaddrick rape.

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Kathleen Willey: Hillary "Wrote the Book on Terrorizing Women": "She has been calling me a bimbo for 18 years"
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Kathleen Willey

Kathleen Willey, one of the women caught in the crossfire of alleged sexual harassment by former President Bill Clinton and what she characterizes as acts of intimidation to silence her, has taken issue with Hillary Clinton’s remarks last week comparing terrorists to Republicans engaged in a so-called war on women.

“This woman wrote the book on terrorizing women, on terrorism,” exclaimed Willey during an interview Sunday on Aaron Klein’s Investigative Radio program.

Continued Willey: “Her tactics and the things that she set in motion against all the women like me, the ones you have heard of and the ones you haven’t heard of, and the ones who are so scared that fled the country, are terrorist tactics like I’ve never seen before.”

“I went through them. I lived through them. And I know exactly what I am talking about. She is the war on women. I don’t care what anybody says.”

Campaigning on Thursday, Mrs. Clinton made the controversial remarks about Republicans and terrorists.

“Now, extreme views about women, we expect that from some of the terrorist groups,” Clinton said. “But it’s a little hard to take coming from Republicans who want to be the president of the United States.”

Drawing on Clinton’s comments, Willey compared herself and other alleged female victims of the Clintons to women targeted by ISIS.

“This is a woman who is comparing the Republicans to terrorists?” Willey asked Klein. “Terrorists who behead women, who deface women, who burn women alive. And on and on and on and on?”

“And I can tell you, knowing what I know, and reading what I’ve read, and having talked to people, other women, who have been in the same boat that I have been in, basically in the crosshairs of the Clintons. The one difference between me and the poor women who are the victims of ISIS and all the other terrorist groups is that our heads are still attached. That’s the difference.”

Willey is author of the 2007 book “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton.”

During Sunday’s interview, Willey alleged Hillary Clinton led a smear campaign against her, Monica Lewinsky, Paula Jones and Gennifer Flowers.

“She put it all into motion,” Willey stated. “She was the lead person on that. She was the one in charge of the bimbo eruptions.”

“And speaking about that, she was outraged by Donald Trump’s description of Megyn Kelly. Let’s go back and think about the names that she called people. Number one, she has been calling me a bimbo for 18 years.”

“Bimbo eruption came out of Hillary’s mouth,” Willey told Klein. “And Betsey Wright’s mouth. And she called Monica a narcissistic looney tune. And she called Paula (Jones) ‘If you drag a hundred dollars to the trailer park.’ And she called Gennifer Flowers a slut. On and on and on. So who’s calling women names?”

Willey asked, “At the Democratic debate, who is going to ask the questions about Hillary Clinton and her war on women? Who is going to come up and ask her about the things she did to the women that had unfortunately crossed paths with her husband?”

Last month, Willey took to Klein’s program to announce the launch of an anti-Hillary Clinton website titled “A Scandal A Day.” “The site is partially aimed at recruiting other women who may have been assaulted by the former president.

Willey said that while she was writing her 2007 book, “Target,” she was anonymously contacted by other women who claimed to have been sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton.

She told Klein in July the women who called her “were afraid to talk to me because they were afraid my phone was being tapped.”

“They didn’t give me their names. They gave me incidences, time, places, where things happened and what happened.”

She continued: “And frankly I was pretty horrified by some of the things they told me. And they were scared to death of Hillary Clinton. And I don’t blame them.

As WND reported, Willey and her husband, Ed, were Democratic activists who founded Virginians for Clinton and helped send Bill and Hillary to the White House in 1992.

While serving as a volunteer in the White House and facing financial hard times, Willey says she met with Bill Clinton in the Oval Office to request a paying position. But instead of getting help, she says, she was subjected to “nothing short of serious sexual harassment.”

Distraught, Willey fled Clinton’s presence, only to discover that her husband Ed had committed suicide that same tragic afternoon.

Later, she was drawn “unwillingly” into the Paula Jones lawsuit, the Ken Starr investigation and impeachment proceedings.

Willey also claims the Clinton tag team was behind a string of events that can only be described as a mob-style intimidation campaign to keep her silent. It even included breaking into her home to steal her memoirs of the events.
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Kathleen Willey Suspects Clintons Murdered Husband: New book details evidence of 'smear' campaign orchestrated by Hillary
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In a new book alleging a campaign of slander and intimidation orchestrated chiefly by Hillary Clinton, Kathleen Willey points a finger of suspicion at the former first couple for the death of her husband, who was believed to have killed himself.

Willey, who claims she was groped by President Clinton in the White House, acknowledged in an interview with WND today that she stands by the speculation she poses about her husband’s demise in “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton,” set for release this week by World Ahead Publishing, WND Books’ partner.

Asked if she suspects her husband Ed, a lawyer and son of a prominent Virginia lawmaker, was murdered, Willey replied, “Most definitely.”

“I’m having someone with a forensics background look at this, and I intend to pursue this further, now that these questions have been raised,” she told WND, pointing to alleged discrepancies in the autopsy report.

Does she believe the Clintons were involved?

“I do have suspicions,” Willey said, “yes.”

It was Ed Willey’s dire financial straits that prompted Kathleen, then a White House volunteer, to seek a meeting with President Clinton in the Oval Office to plead for a paying job and any other help the commander-in-chief could give.

But Willey alleges the Nov. 29, 1993, meeting ended abruptly when the president cornered her in a private passageway and sexually assaulted her.

At the time of that meeting, Clinton and Willey were unaware that Ed Willey was lying dead of a gunshot wound to his mouth in the woods near his car, parked on a hunting path in rural King and Queen County, Virginia.

Kathleen Willey became known in the summer of 1997 after lawyers for Clinton accuser Paula Jones gave her name to a national magazine reporter. She was scheduled to become one of only three witnesses in the Clinton impeachment trial until some members of the House and Senate refused to allow her to testify.

In the book, Willey recounts numerous incidents she believes were designed to terrorize her into silence, with the latest taking place in September, just as the book was in its final stages.

As WND reported, Willey said she was the target of an unusual house burglary over the Labor Day weekend for which she blames the Clintons. While asleep upstairs in her Virginia home, she said, a copy of a manuscript for “Target” was stolen.

Willey told WND the break-in at her house reminded her of the widely reported incident 10 years ago in which she claimed she was threatened near her present Richmond-area home by a “jogger” just two days before she was to testify against President Clinton in the Jones case.

She contends elements of the autopsy report of her husband’s death are inconsistent with suicide, pointing to similarities to the death of White House aide Vince Foster, also believed to have killed himself.


“I’ve seen too much evidence regarding other people who have been involved with the Clintons,” she told WND.

Facing a deadline to repay hundreds of thousands of dollars he owed to “bad people” who threatened him, Ed Willey had an apparent motive for suicide, and five notes to loved ones were discovered by his secretary.

But Kathleen Willey writes “she could never understand how he could leave us,” noting that while the letters are in his writing, “I also know that anyone would write anything at gunpoint.”

What motive could anyone have to murder him?

Willey writes that after her husband’s death, her friend Carole in Colorado told her something she had not known. Ed had confided to Carole’s husband that he had taken a briefcase full of cash to Little Rock, Ark., during the presidential campaign.

Willey said she was shocked but acknowledged her husband could have done it. Later she found a reference on a blog that explored illegal fundraising activities by the Clintons and noted Ed Willey was known for “handling large briefcases full of cash” as part of the 1992 presidential campaign.

She speculates: “I have no idea how anyone other than the Clintons would know that Ed might have carried cash in briefcases. So why would he be killed? Because he was carrying illegal money? That’s probably not enough reason. But what if, in his desperation, Ed had ‘illegally borrowed’ from the campaign?”


Left-handed

Willey said she requested a copy of the autopsy report and spoke to a medical examiner who told her the powder burns on her husband’s right hand were consistent with suicide.

“When I asked if the burns were indicative of a left-handed person committing suicide, [the examiner] said no. The room started to spin, and I went into the bathroom and threw up. By the time she sent me the full report, though, she’d reconsidered, saying it could be consistent with a left-handed person. She suggested that he held the gun with both hands but pulled the trigger with his right. That’s exactly how Vince Foster is said to have killed himself.”

Willey writes the report raised other questions, including the existence of blood spatter on the back of his left hand rather than his palm; the positions in which his hands were found; livor mortis discovered on the back of his body even though it should be on the front because he was found lying face down; and the fact that the bullet was not recovered.

Willey says she also doesn’t know why he would have gone to King and Queen County, which she had never heard of, and where he would have obtained a .38 Special.

In the book, Willey says she goes back and forth in her mind on what happened to her husband, and “as I do, the possibility lingers, logical or not, that Ed was murdered.”
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Re: 'Don't let Bill back in the White House, he abused women

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Bill Clinton's Alleged Ex-Lover Just Made Some 'Sick, Sick' Claims About Bill and Hillary
by James Barrett
May 16, 2016

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According to Bill Clinton's alleged ex-lover, former Dallas attorney Dolly Kyle, "Billy" is a self-described "sex addict" who's "sick, sick need" Hillary has more than just enabled -- she's "co-conspired" through her "terrorist" tactics.

Kyle (formerly Dolly Kyle Browning) claims to have known Clinton since high school and had a long-running affair with Clinton from the mid-1970s until around 1991. She eventually sued Clinton for trying to block the publication of her book she said was "loosely based" on her sexual affair with him, a lawsuit thrown out by a judge in 1998. Now Kyle has written a new book, a "political memoir" about Hillary.

In an interview with "Aaron Klein Investigative Radio" that aired Sunday, Kyle claimed that during their lengthy affair Bill told her that he had sex with around 2,000 women and described himself as a "sex addict." Kyle said his self-confessed addiction "explains everything" about his destructive sexual behavior.

"You would think that a guy who is a governor and who is nice looking and articulate and all that and then president would not have to sexually assault someone, but that goes back to the addiction," she said. "It's not just plain sex. It's not just a physical attraction. It is some sick, sick need that he has to control women."

Kyle's harshest words were directed at Hillary, whom she described as a "co-conspirator" who "terrorized" the women Bill allegedly abused.


"Certainly she’s an enabler, but worse than that, she’s a co-conspirator."


"Certainly she’s an enabler, but worse than that, she’s a co-conspirator," said Kyle. "Hillary had to know what was going on and she latched on to his coattails to get herself to the White House..."

Saying that calling her an "enabler" is "about the nicest thing you can say about her," Kyle said the better description was "terrorist."

"I invite you to look up the definition of terrorism. It is the use of violence, threats, or intimidation to achieve a political aim," Kyle told Klein, adding, "It changes people’s lives by changing their decisions about what they would otherwise do. And these women who might otherwise speak up are so afraid that they won’t say anything."


Kyle has written a new book, Hillary the Other Woman: A Political Memoir, which includes a forward by a former chief investigative counsel for the Clinton impeachment. In the forward, attorney David P. Schippers vouches for Kyle's character and says she was going to be one of the key witnesses had the impeachment moved forward. In 2001, Schippers published his own book about Clinton called Sellout: The Inside Story About Clinton's Impeachment.​

You think you know Hillary and Bill Clinton pretty well. After all, they have been in the public eye from Arkansas to the White House and beyond for over forty years.

Dolly Kyle met former president Clinton (Billy as she calls him) on a Hot Springs golf course when she was eleven and he was almost thirteen. It was colpo de fulmine (the thunderbolt) at first sight. Their friendship grew throughout high school and college. It became a decades-long affair that lasted despite marriages and politics all the way to the threshold of the White House when she became a political liability, and he threatened to destroy her, as Hillary had done to so many of his other women over the years. What you know about the Clintons is probably limited to the pleasantries that the mainstream media have chosen to share with you. Hillary the Other Woman pulls no punches in describing the way media magic makes Clinton stories disappear.

Have you heard about

The RICO (Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) federal lawsuit that Kyle filed against Clinton and cronies while he and co-president Hillary were in the White House?

The racial discrimination lawsuits filed by African-Americans against Clinton as governor of Arkansas?

Clinton s orders for the Arkansas State Police to stop and search vehicles driven by Hispanics?

Thousands of young African-American men given long prison sentences under the three strikes laws pushed by co-presidents Bill and Hillary?

The co-president Clintons pandering to minorities with a subtle form of race baiting with their welfare agenda?

The racist names they call Jesse Jackson behind his back?

Hillary the Other Woman is not only about the politics of the Arkansas gubernatorial years and the famous two for the price of one presidency. It also provides a perspective on Arkansas life that formed the backdrop and training ground for the Clintons in their later crimes, their gangster-like threats and intimidation of political enemies, and their arrogant belief that they are above the law. You will see the connection between Hillary s current email scandal and her shredding of documents when they left the Arkansas governor s mansion. You will realize that the Clinton Foundation is the new international version of the money laundering and bribes that you glossed over as Cattlegate. You will read clear, concise, entertaining accounts that put the multitude of Clinton scandals into everyday perspective. Finally, you will be privy to the Clinton truth suppression techniques that allowed them to get away with all of it. Until now...

-- HIllary the Other Woman, by Dolly Kyle
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Declaration of Dolly Kyle Browning
by Dolly Kyle Browning
March 6, 1998

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DECLARATION OF DOLLY KYLE BROWNING

My name is Dolly Kyle Browning. I am over twenty-one years of age and I am fully competent to make this declaration.

1. I have known William Jefferson Clinton since I was eleven years old. I call him "Billy." We attended high school together. During the period from the mid-1970's until January 1992, we had a relationship that included sexual relations. The frequency of our contact with each other, and the frequency of our sexual encounters, varied over that time period, but we did have sexual relations many times during that time period.

2. Our relationship ended abruptly in January of 1992 when Billy would not return my telephone call. I told his secretary, Linda, that a tabloid had the story about me and Billy. I asked her to have him call me and he refused. Instead he had my brother, who was, at that time, working in the 1992 Clinton presidential campaign, call me from Billy's New Hampshire apartment or office. My brother said that Billy was afraid to talk to me because everyone thought that I might record the conversation as Gennifer Flowers had done. He said "we" think you should deny the story. He finally said: "if you cooperate with the media we will destroy you."

3. The next time I spoke with Billy was at our high school reunion in 1994. At that reunion he and I had a conversation that lasted approximately 45 minutes. At the reunion, but prior to our conversation, I had avoided contact with Billy. He approached me sometime around midnight. He greeted me, saying "how are you?" I responded: "You are such an ass-hole, I can't believe you'd even bother to ask!" When I said "ass-hole" a Secret Service Agent reached to grab me. Billy physically blocked the agent's arm and said "it's alright" or words to that effect. He said "we have to talk." During this conversation, we sat in two chairs in front of a large column in the ballroom where our reunion dance was being held. There were several hundred other people in the ballroom. Dance music was playing almost continuously during our conversation. During our conversation our faces were close together. We were speaking in a volume that was only just loud enough to hear each other over the background noise. The only people within at least six feet of us during our conversation were two male Secret Service agents. At one point a Caucasian woman whom I do not know interrupted us and told Billy that the party was over, they were closing the part and that he needed to say good bye to some people. Billy said to tell them to keep the bar open. She asked: "who is going to pay for that?" He replied: "we will." The entire exchange with this unknown woman lasted less than one minute. She then left our presence. The Secret Service agents were standing one on each side of us so that we, Billy, the agents and I, were effectively in a row with an agent at either end. There was one agent approximately one foot from me and a second agent approximately one foot from Billy.

4. Our conversation began with my confronting him for not returning my call in early 1992. This lead to a discussion of many things, including his affair with Gennifer Flowers. I reminded him that he had threatened to destroy me and he said he was sorry. We discussed many other things. At the end of the conversation he asked me to come to Washington. He said "You can live on the hill. I can help you find a job."

5. I have reviewed the notes attached to this declaration as Exhibit A. I can state unequivocally that those notes are not an accurate account of the conversation or of the entire evening. The notes attributed to Marsha Scott are false. She did not stand by Billy Clinton during my conversation with him. Neither she nor anyone other than possibly the two male Secret Service Agents were in a position to hear our conversation. At no time during the conversation did I say that any statement I had made to him or about our relationship was false.

6. The letters attached hereto and labeled as my deposition Exhibits 2-12 are true copies of some of the letters I received from Billy over the years.

7. My sister, Dorcy Kyle Corbin, is an attorney in North Little Rock, Arkansas. After I was subpoenaed in the Paula Jones v. William Jefferson Clinton case, I called Dorcy. She immediately called Bruce Lindsey. He returned her call to an air pager from South America, where he was at the time. Shortly thereafter, she received and forwarded to me the items attached hereto as Exhibit B.

8. In the fall of 1994, through the intermediaries of Dorcy Kyle Corbin and Bruce Lindsey, Billy and I reached a "deal." The "deal" was that I agreed not to tell the true story about our relationship if he would not tell any lies about me. I agreed not to use, in public, the "A words" which were defined as "adultery" and "affair." I was allowed to say that we had a thirty-three year relationship that, from time to time, included sex. If I needed to contact Billy, I would call Dorcy and she would call Bruce Lindsey. I used this method of communication several times over the years.

I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.

Executed on March 6, 1998

Dolly Kyle Browning

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At my reunion I saw Dolly Kyle for the first time in a long time. She was obviously angry and sulking. After about three hours I was close enough to say hello to her so I did. She said something hateful back and I asked her what was bothering her. She began ranting about how I hadn't called her back during the '92 campaign when she called L. Dixon and left word for me. I suggested we move over to the side of the room and motioned Marsha Scott to stand behind us so she could hear the entire conversation.

I explained to Dolly that I hadn't called her back because I knew her husband was trying to peddle some false story about us to a tabloid and that others were in touch with her about it; that both of us were better off if we could say we hadn't talked and that besides at the time she called me she hadn't told the tabloid the story was false. I said that later I had seen a copy of a letter she wrote telling the tabloid not to publish the story because it was false and that I appreciated it. She replied that she had killed the story in another way and hadn't sent the letter. I had the impression she made some sort of deal with the tabloid people but she didn't say exactly what it was.

She kept chewing me out for not calling her back and not trusting her. I reminded her that millions of dollars had be offered to people to say damaging things and that the press would run with stories that were bought and paid for, supported by questionable evidence like doctored tapes, and not supported at all. I also reminded her that I had tried to be a friend to her as long as we had known each other, going back to junior and senior high school. I reminded her of a time when she was having trouble in her first marriage more than 20 years ago when she called me in Connecticut and asked for advice. She looked at me with an almost crazed look and said she didn't want advice, she wanted me to come rescue her.

After a while she started talking about her novel. She reminded me that she had been ...

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through some tough times in the last several years and didn't have much money to live on -- I think she said she was doing some public interest housing work -- but that for years she had been working on writing. First she tried writing songs (I remember this because at her request I got a songwriter to listen to some of them several years ago) and then she started working on a novel. She said her novel was done and she was trying to find a publisher for it. She said it involved a woman having a love affair with a Southern governor and of course "like all good fiction" it was sort of autobiographical and she imagined I wouldn't want it published. She said people would figure out it was me she was writing about. When I pointed out that it wasn't true, she said "well, I'll say it's just fiction, just a story." She then rambled for several minutes about how she had loved me for years since she was very young, and through her two marriages, and how I had never really been there for her because it wasn't my friendship that she wanted. She said she would say it was a fantasy but she needed the money and she didn't care if it hurt me or the presidency, that others had made money and she felt abandoned. At the end of the conversation she suddenly calmed down and said maybe she wouldn't try to publish her book, at least now. She talked to me about her son, of whom she was very proud and said he wanted to go into politics and would like to visit the White House. I said that he'd be welcome and we could set it up through my Arkansas office or direct through the White House. Before we stopped talking she said she really didn't want to hurt me, that maybe it wasn't "my fault" that I never got involved with her and made her fantasy come true but that she needed money. She must have talked for 30 minutes in an agitated state. When I left I wasn't sure what she would do but I was glad I'd had Marsha listen to the conversation.

I stood by the President the entire conversation and heard and watched her the entire time.

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The conversation lasted over 30 minutes -- closer to 45 and at times she was very animated and threatening acting. I had been concerned all evening and had been watching her carefully all evening. It was a bizarre conversation because she repeatedly said her story was not true but that she was angry and needed money. She would throw out an accusation and then say it was a lie. It was this erratic behavior that made me stay so attentive to what she was doing and saying.

Marsha Scott
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Re-Surfaced Sex Allegation Could Be Hillary Clinton’s Biggest Nightmare
by The Political Insider
April 20, 2016

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As Hillary Clinton faces potential criminal charges during an FBI probe of her illegal use of a home email server to transmit classified information, you would think it couldn’t get any worse for her.

But now, in political circles we’re hearing that in important Democratic primary states such as Iowa, insiders are digging into the extensive record of scandals Bill and Hillary Clinton accumulated during their more than four decades in politics. One in particular just resurfaced, and it could have devastating consequences!

Bill Clinton reportedly had an affair with a prostitute in Little Rock, Arkansas. Her name is Bobbie Ann Williams, and she – along with her family – have passed multiple lie-dictator tests when asked if Clinton is the father of her illegitimate son Danny.

Buddy Young, a former Arkansas State Trooper, has admitted that in 1983, he drove Clinton and Bobbie to her mother’s home near Hot Springs for an extended, intimate visit while the mother was out-of-town. Both were paid $400 each, plus a $50 tip.

What makes the story so compelling is, the Danny also looks like Bill!

The 13-year-old son of a former Arkansas prostitute has reportedly undergone DNA testing to see if his father is President Bill Clinton. Star Magazine reporter Richard Gooding tells us that Little Rock Teen Danny Williams is cooperating with the tabloid to find out if he was conceived during an alleged paid sex encounter between Clinton and Bobbie Ann Williams when she was a hooker. Gooding, who in 1996 broke the news of Clinton adviser Dick Morris’ relationship with a prostitute, says Danny Williams’ test results are expected next week. Gooding emphasizes that if the results don’t match Clinton’s, “there’s no story.”

He would not say whether the star had already obtained Clinton’s DNA test results. Special prosecutor Kenneth Starr requisitioned Clinton DNA data to see it it matched that famous stain on Monica Lewinsky’s blue dress. Conceivably, Danny or Bobbie Ann Williams could try to obtain Clinton’s genetic makeup by filing a paternity suit against him.


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Lucille Bolton, Danny’s aunt, says the man, now about age 28, is definitely Bill’s son: “There’s no buts, there’s no ifs, there’s no supposes about it.”

The reason why this story has taken so long to come to the surface is Bobbie has an extensive criminal record. But the Star tabloid ran DNA tests on the son, comparing it to the sample Clinton was required to produce during Kenneth Starr’s investigation during the Clinton investigations. But the sample left by Clinton has been tainted, or possibly altered by government agents for security reasons. Therefore, even if we see the test results soon, they may be worthless.

This wouldn’t have been the first mistress Clinton had who happened to be African American. He also reportedly dated Lencola Sullivan, Miss Arkansas of 1981.

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Bobby Ann Williams, the mother of Clinton's son Danny. It is obvious that she has been "paid off" to keep quiet as she will no longer give interviews!

Deborah Mathis was a writer for the Arkansas Gazette and later a reporter for KARK-TV in Little Rock where she had an affair with Clinton.

Danny Williams, Clinton's son, is now age 13 and attends a private school in Australia.

Lencola Sullivan was "Miss Arkansas" in 1981 and had an affair with Clinton


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Danny Williams in a baby photo. Compare nose, chin, high cheeks, etc.

Clinton at age one. He has the same features as Danny!


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It would be dangerous to have the Clintons back in the White House, because these types of shameful stories can lead to blackmail. It is a national security threat when the President, or the President’s spouse, has not acted appropriately on so many occasions.
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