Bill Clinton cannot outrun his past.

The 1990s will haunt him forever.

And now a new secret just surfaced and all hell is breaking loose.

Clinton recently authored an op-ed in the New York Times to attack Donald Trump and other conservatives for wanting to secure our borders and control the flow of immigration in the name of national sovereignty.

The 42nd President smeared Trump and his supporters as a bunch of nativists and bigots.

He wrote:

“The good news is that an aggressive effort to address our problems with known and affordable responses would bolster the strength of our economy and our communities through higher incomes, more upward mobility and greater security. Many cities and several states are proving it every day.

But as a nation, we’re on a very different path. All too often, tribalism based on race, religion, sexual identity and place of birth has replaced inclusive nationalism, in which you can be proud of your tribe and still embrace the larger American community. And too often resentment conquers reason, anger blinds us to answers and sanctimony passes for authenticity. These trends are fueled by our Snapchat, Twitter and Facebook worlds, in which the attention span for issues on television news is only a few seconds, and the very survival of newspapers depends upon retweets of headlines from their online editions. Too many social media sites are fever swamps of extremist foreign and domestic invaders. Such resolute efforts to abolish the line between fact and fiction, truth and lies, can offset all the benefits of our interconnectedness. When trust vanishes and knowledge is devalued as an establishment defense of the status quo, anything can happen. We already see citizens being disenfranchised by the millions, targeted by race, ethnicity and age not because they are ineligible to vote, but because they favor inclusive, not tribal, nationalism…

…Twenty-five years ago, when I was elected president, I said that every American should follow our Constitutional framers’ command to form a more perfect union, to constantly expand the definition of “us” and shrink the definition of “them.” I still believe that. Because I do, I favor policies that promote cooperation over conflict and build an economy, a society and a politics of addition not subtraction, multiplication not division. Unfortunately, too many people in power across the world seem determined to do the reverse. If we do that here, we will miss this moment to build our brightest days. Therefore our most important challenge is deciding who we Americans really are — as citizens, communities and a nation. On that, all else depends.”

But this open-borders, globalism vision is a far different tune than the one he sang when he was President.

The Daily Caller reported on when Clinton attacked open borders and endorsed a proposal to cut immigration by one-third back in 1995:

“However, in his 1995 State of the Union address, the two-term Democrat attacked the nation’s porous border that allowed in millions of illegal aliens.

“All Americans, not only in the states most heavily affected but in every place in this country, are rightly disturbed by the large numbers of illegal aliens entering our country,” Clinton said. “The jobs they hold might otherwise be held by citizens or legal immigrants. The public service they use impose burdens on our taxpayers.”

Clinton later boasted about the number of steps that his administration took to enforce America’s immigration laws, even going as far as proposing a ban on welfare benefits to illegal aliens and speeding their deportations.

“That’s why our administration has moved aggressively to secure our borders more by hiring a record number of new border guards, by deporting twice as many criminal aliens as ever before, by cracking down on illegal hiring, by barring welfare benefits to illegal aliens,” he said. “In the budget I will present to you, we will try to do more to speed the deportation of illegal aliens who are arrested for crimes, to better identify illegal aliens in the workplace.”

That same year, Clinton endorsed the findings by a federal advisory panel, labeled the Jordan Commission. The group recommended cutting legal immigration by a third, citing concerns about native workers.”

They didn’t call Clinton “Slick Willie” for no reason.

He has always lied and will flip-flop to make his beliefs fit the politics of the moment.

But his past will always be there to haunt him.