Kathleen Willey, one of the women who accused Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonMcConnell proposes compressed schedule for impeachment trial Trump lawyers urge senators to swiftly acquit Trump in impeachment trial The American disease and death bowls MORE of sexually assaulting her in 1991, said that the incident was not an infidelity, but a crime.


In a Breitbart video also featuring Juanita Broaddrick and Paula Jones, two other victims of Bill Clinton's alleged sexual assaults, Willey said that it is inaccurate to call Clinton's actions "infidelities."

“These are not infidelities. A rape is not an infidelity. These are crimes. Any other people would be in jail," she told Breitbart.

“This is no longer about infidelities, indiscretions, girlfriends, sex, interns — none of those. This is about a serial rapist, a predator, and his wife who has enabled his behavior all of these years."

“We were not willing participants,” Broaddrick agreed. “These were crimes.”

The three women then proceed to blast the Democratic nominee for protecting her husband during the sexual assault scandals.

“No woman who advocates for women attacks the victims of sexual assault be it by her husband or anybody else,” said Willey.

Broaddrick agreed by saying that “Clinton has turned a blind eye for decades" and that "she has been the main one to help cover this up, and go after us.”
The interview comes in the wake of newly published tapes that show the Republican nominee Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpSanders apologizes to Biden for supporter's op-ed Jayapal: 'We will end up with another Trump' if the US doesn't elect progressive Democrats: McConnell impeachment trial rules a 'cover up,' 'national disgrace' MORE having a lewd conversation about being sexually aggressive toward women.