Bill Clinton may join Weinstein, Spacey on sexual predator list

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Edward Klein, former New York Times Magazine editor, claims Mr Bill Clinton is facing four separate lawsuits from women who claim he assaulted them when they were in their late teens. cites Democratic Party sources and an official who served in both the Clinton and Obama administrations.

As for the current allegations, Clinton's legal team told Mail Online that they are aware of them but can not speak publicly about them.

These four women were hired at that investor's headquarters and designated to work directly with Clinton.

Clinton helped Burkle generate business and reportedly flew around the world with a flock of "beautiful young women" on the billionaire's private jet, which was nicknamed 'Air F*** One'. The scandal came to light in 1998.

Now that the flood gates of sexual harassment hell are open, a few Democrats have somehow found their moral compass when it comes to President Bill Clinton. In the past, Clinton famously faced accusations of sexual harassment from Paula Jones, which resulted in a court case while Clinton was president, as well as an allegation that he raped Juanita Broaddrick in 1978.

The source also admitted that "in the past, Hillary had a team of detectives that managed to silence a number of women in Little Rock who had complaints about Bill's unwanted sexual advances".

"Hillary wants to remain in the public eye as a leader of the resistance to [US President] Donald Trump and play a major role in politics for years to come, including maybe even running for president again in 2020".

However, the not-so-pleasant part for these women is the fact that the worldwide press is now writing that they have requested money in exchange for their silence.

71-year-old Bill Clinton was involved in several sex scandals during his term as a president and represented a huge step back in his political career.