Clinton accusers aren’t going away: Kathleen Willey says she is willing to hit the campaign trail with Trump as she slams Hillary as a ‘fake feminist’ while fellow accuser says Bill Clinton belongs in jail
- Donald Trump brought four Clinton accusers to the second presidential debate
- Kathleen Willey, who charged that Bill Clinton groped her in the Oval Office, tells DailyMail.com she would campaign with Trump
- She says she now leans toward being a conservative Republican – a stance she took when Democrats didn't defend her
- Bill Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick says Bill Clinton belongs in jail
- Clinton camp charges Trump is taking race 'to the gutter'
Donald Trump shook up the second presidential debate by bringing four Clinton accusers to the event – and now one of them, Kathleen Willey, says she is willing to do even more for the Republican nominee by hitting the campaign trail with him.
Willey is a former White House volunteer who says Bill Clinton groped her inside the White House in 1993 when she was trying to ask him for a paid job. Trump brought her, along with other accusers, to the debate invited them as guests in the audience.
'She’s enabled her husband. She’s attacked his victims. She called us terrible names. She’s never apologized. She’s a fake feminist. She’s taken personal betrayals and turned them into political opportunities,' she told DailyMail.com after the event.
Asked if she would campaign with Trump, Willey responded, 'I would.' She said she hadn't been asked.
Kathleen Willey, who accused Bill Clinton of groping her in 1993 and appeared with Donald Trump and other accusers at the second presidential debate, says she is willing to campaign with Trump in the final days of the election
Willey said her politics were transformed after Democrats failed to defend her.
'I didn’t leave the Democratic party and join the Republican party. I’m just a woman who is interested in politics today, and when I see things that are wrong I speak out.'
'My beliefs now tend more to the conservative Republican side,' she said. 'I’ll tell you why. Because not one Democrat supported me – not one.'
'She enabled his behavior,' Willey said of Clinton.
Broaddrick told DailyMail.com she was unimpressed with Hillary Clinton's response to Trump's injecting the Clinton accusers into the debate.
'She didn’t respond. That’s her normal path – she doesn’t’ respond,' she said.
She gave a tearful interview with Breitbart News where she recounted the time she claims Bill Clinton tried to rape her in an Arkansas hotel room.
Donald Trump appeared with four Clinton accusers just minutes before the start of the debate
Juanita Broaddrick says Bill Clinton raped her in 1978, and that he should be in jail. She joined Donald Trump at a press conference along with other accusors
Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick (L-R) sit at the presidential town hall debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton engaged in a series of nasty exchanges during the second presidential debate
She told DailyMail.com that Breitbart paid for her plane ticket to come to St. Louis.
Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta said Trump's decision to bring the women to the debate was 'desperate.'
'He’s trying to take this race to a place in the gutter, and we’re not going there,' he said.
'These women were talking about the way that they were shamed and bullied and smeared by Hillary Clinton,' Trump spokesman Boris Epshteyn told DailyMail.com.
He said he didn't know whether the women, who stunned the media when they appeared a surprise photo-op, would do more with Trump on the campaign trail.
'The point here, it’s not about campaigning. The point here is about giving these women a voice, making sure they’re heard and making sure that Americans know exactly who Hillary Clinton is.'
Interim Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile said Trump used the women to try to steer attention away from his crude comments about women captured in an 11-year-old tape.
'At the time that this situation happened, Hillary was hurt. Chelsea was hurt,' Brazile said.
'To try to re-litigate the past in the way that would show that her marriage … she went through a very difficult time but her marriage survived and that was just one way that Donald Trump thought that he could divert attention away from his comments and the things that he has said and to try to put it on Hillary.'
Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson told DailyMail.com, 'These women have been silenced for decades ... We can't sit here and talk about women and having their voices heard and not let their voices be heard. They have supported Trump from the very beginning, and today their voices were heard.'
'If you're going to run a race on gender issues, then it has to go both ways. You can't talk about one person's actions and not the other and that's what was happening.'
Willey claims she was having a private meeting with Clinton when the then-president tightly embraced her, kissed her on the mouth, grabbed her breast and put her hand on his crotch. "I just remember thinking, 'What in the world is he doing?'" Willey said. "I was just startled."
She told CBS she had sought a meeting with Clinton to ask for a paying job because her husband was having financial problems and facing legal troubles. As it turned out, her husband, Ed Willey, killed himself the day of the meeting, though neither Kathleen Willey or the president knew about it at the time.
Clinton in a deposition ‘emphatically’ denied it, and said he may have kissed Willey on the forehead to console her.
Broaddrick claims Clinton raped her in a Little Rock hotel room in 1978. She was interviewed in connection to the Paula Jones sexual harassment case before her identity was known and denied the allegation at the time, but later recanted and has since told her story numerous times.
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