As president, Bill Clinton flew on Air Force One. After he left office, he continued to fly on a fancy private plane owned by a playboy billionaire. However, the name of this aircraft is not so presidential- Air F**k One. And now, more women are ready to come forward to accuse Clinton of sexual assault.
According to sources in the Democratic party and officials that served in the Clinton and Obama administrations, the former president is facing serious new allegations. Four women, whose names are not yet public, are preparing to file lawsuits against 71-year-old Clinton for sexual assault.
Sources have said the assaults date back to 2001 when the women were teenagers. Lawyers representing the alleged victims are working together to build their case. A member of the former president’s legal team has confirmed the new accusations although they offered no additional comment.
The new allegations against Clinton come as Democrats are apologizing for supporting him in the past. They are also likely to reignite the debate over the treatment of his prior accusers, Paula Jones, Kathleen Wiley, and Juanita Broaddrick. While Jones was paid $850,000 to settle her sexual harassment lawsuit, Wiley and Broaddrick received no vindication.
Defending the Indefensible
Ironically, just two weeks ago Hillary defended Bill’s sordid past while slamming President Trump and Alabama Senate candidate, Roy Moore. “That was a painful time not only in our marriage but in our country,” Hillary said, referring Bill’s impeachment in 1999. “But it was investigated fully, it was addressed at the time, he was held accountable.
Clinton is reportedly feeling despair over having to address another round of sexual assault claims. ‘”Bill is distraught at the thought of having to testify and defend himself against sex charges again,” said a person familiar with the case. “He hopes his legal team can somehow stop the women from filing charges and dragging him through the mud.”