Bill Clinton's alleged sex assaults — and Hillary's potential role in helping to cover them up — are in the spotlight as never before as the election heats up. This week, Donald Trump joined the chorus of critics with an explosive Instagram post highlighting the couple's past misdeeds.
The billionaire has loudly blasted Bill for his past rape allegations and accused Hillary of being an enabler for Bill's scandals.
But on Monday, Trump launched his most biting attack yet, posting on Instagram a short black and white video set to eerie music. The video begins with a photo of the White House as a snapshot of Bill smoking a cigar fades into frame.
The clip then features spliced up audio of women who accused Bill of sexual misconduct. "I was very nervous," one woman says. Another claims she "tried to pull away" as Bill bit on her top lip. The video ends with a photo of Bill and Hillary smiling, laughter in the background and the question "Here we go again?" overlaid.
Trump tweeted the post with a caption asking, "Is Hillary really protecting women?"
The likely Democratic nominee has refused to respond to the allegations raised by Trump and her husband's accusers in recent weeks.