Presidential Election 2016
RadarOnline.com has learned Hillary, who claims to be the biggest supporter of women's rights of all the presidential candidates, repeatedly turned a blind eye when her horndog husband, Bill, was accused of sexually attacking females.
Victim Kathleen Willey, a White House volunteer who said Bill molested her in the Oval Office on the same day her husband committed suicide in 1993, blasted Hillary for supporting Bill against the countless shameful allegations.
"He should be put in a prison cell next to Bill Cosby," Willey told Radar. "And Hillary enabled his predatory behavior!"
Former Clinton aide Larry Nichols told Radar that Hillary, 68, helped hush up scandals to further her career. And in the new book The Clintons' War on Women, authors Roger Stone and Robert Morrow have linked Bill to a string of attacks dating back to the late 1960s. They branded the lust-crazed political leader, who won a scholarship to study in England, as "The Rhodes Scholar Rapist."
The writers claimed Bill was expelled from Oxford University for sexually assaulting a 19-year-old coed he picked up in a pub.
Then in 1972, a 22-year-old Yale University student reportedly told police that she was sexually attacked by Bill, but no charges were ever filed.
Two years later, a female student at the University of Arkansas complained that she was cornered in a room and groped by Bill, who was a professor at the time.
In a much-publicized incident, he was accused in 1999 of allegedly raping Juanita Broaddrick, a volunteer in his gubernatorial campaign, in an Arkansas hotel room two decades earlier. She was 35.
Said Nichols: "Bill Clinton is a sexual predator. Hillary knew all it all but covered up his misdeeds for her own political ambition."