Bill Clinton accuser Kathleen Willey to campaign against Hillary
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A woman who alleges former President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonFox News apologizes for 'mistakenly' cropping Trump out of photo with Epstein, Maxwell Poll finds Biden with narrow lead over Trump in Missouri Trump's mark on federal courts could last decades MORE sexually assaulted her will work for a group opposing his wife’s presidential bid.

Former White House volunteer Kathleen Willey is joining an organization campaigning against Democratic front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonSusan Collins signals she won't campaign against Biden Cuccinelli says rule forcing international students to return home will 'encourage schools to reopen' Clinton labels ICE decision on international students 'cruel' and 'unnecessary' MORE, according to Reuters.

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“This gives me more of an opportunity to get the message out to young voters who weren’t even born or don’t even remember what happened to the women who have suffered,” she told the news service.

Willey is joining the Rape Accountability Project for Education PAC, or RAPE PAC, as its paid national spokeswoman, Reuters reported Monday. She will give public remarks and appear in political advertisements detailing claims of Bill Clinton’s past sexual misconduct.

"They’re going to be confronted every day on radio, television, billboards,” Roger Stone, a Republican strategist formerly aligned with GOP front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpNew Jersey incumbents steamroll progressive challengers in primaries Tucker Carlson ratchets up criticism of Duckworth, calls her a 'coward' Trump on Confederate flag: 'It's freedom of speech' MORE who created and managed the organization, told Reuters. Stone originally created the PAC last year under the “Women against Hillary” moniker before changing its name last month, the news service reported.

Stone added that he has set up an online fundraising page for the former Clinton administration aide, who is facing foreclosure on her Virginia home this month.

Willey alleges that Bill Clinton groped her during a White House hallway encounter in 1993. Bill Clinton denied her charge during a 1998 deposition.

Republican White House hopefuls have wrestled with whether Bill Clinton’s past indiscretions are fair game before next November’s election.

Trump repeatedly criticized the former chief executive as “one of the great women abusers of all time” last year after Hillary Clinton challenged his past remarks regarding his female detractors.