Bill Clinton faces fresh sexual assault allegations from four women

  • Bill Clinton faces fresh sexual assault allegations from four women

Bill Clinton faces fresh sexual assault allegations from four women

These sexual assaults would have been confirmed by high-level sources from the Democratic Party and the Barack Obama Administration. The four unidentified women were working low-level positions at the Burkle organization at the time the offenses are alleged to have occurred.

"These assaults took place some time between 2001 and 2003 or 2004, so we are talking more than 10 years ago".

Clinton has also in the past denied other sexual harassment allegations made against him. The scandal came to light in 1998.

The claims will revive memories of Mr Clinton's infamous affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky while he was still in office, and of previous charges of sexual assault against him, most notably from former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones, to whom he paid $850,000 to settle a sexual harassment claim.

When asked about details, Klein responded, "I have only one specificity of the allegations". The Democratic source says that the team is looking to "stop the women from filing charges and drag him through the mud".

The women alleged the former president assaulted them in the early 2000s during the time Clinton was working with playboy billionaire investor Ron Burkle
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According to the report the women are ready to go to the press if Clinton's legal team fails to negotiate with them.

However, the not-so-pleasant part for these women is the fact that the global press is now writing that they have requested money in exchange for their silence. "Just don't, unless you want to come to the table with some honesty".

For a long time, the Clintons have lived by one set of standards, while the "deplorables", as Hillary likes to call them, have lived by another set.