The list of women who have come forward to speak out against Bill Clinton’s sexual affairs and assaults seems to be a never-ending story.

Which should be pretty unsurprising, considering Bill bragged about having sex with 2,000 women.

To give you an idea of just how many women have accused the former president of sexual misconduct, there is an entire Wikipedia page dedicated to his misconduct, entitled, “Bill Clinton Sexual Misconduct Allegations”.

Usually a public figure’s Wikipedia page will have a section on their personal life and controversies, but not Bill Clinton.  There are just too many.

Some of these women include: Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, Dolly Kyle, Gennifer Flowers, the list goes on and on.

Now another woman has come forward, and not only speak out against Bill Clinton’s sexual misconduct, but also to announce that Hillary Clinton was aware of her husband’s infidelities the entire time.

Kathleen Willey, a former volunteer White House aide who accused Bill Clinton of making aggressive, unwanted advances during a private meeting in 1993—says she holds Hillary Clinton responsible too.

Willey claims the Democratic presidential nominee is responsible for smearing her –and many of the other women who have come forward – with stories about their treatment at the hands of her husband.

Willey told the Washington Examiner:

“This no longer about Bill Clinton’s transgressions or his infidelities or girlfriends or sex … it’s not about that anymore.  What it’s about is the actions that his wife has taken against the women that he has raped and assaulted.”

It’s important to note that this is a clear case of “he said, she said” because nothing has ever been definitively proven, since Bill has denied everything.

But remember, he also denied having had any sexual relations with “that woman, Monica Lewinsky” – that is until the evidence overwhelmingly proved him a liar.

It didn’t exactly work out for him, did it?

Meanwhile, Donald Trump has to defend comments he made nineteen years ago to a former Miss Universe winner.

Consequently, a debate raged about whether or not the similarly dated scandals tied to his opponent—which involved the alleged mistreatment of women—were fair game on the campaign trail.

The reason this gained any traction was because Hillary baited Trump during the Presidential debate.  Trump took the high road by not bringing up Bill’s infidelities and assault accusations.

Part of this is because Donald Trump’s strategists agreed that attacking Hillary Clinton for the exploits of her husband could easily backfire—which then the Democrats preemptively dismissed as unfair and potentially sexist.

 But get ready, because a few of Trump’s allies have begun to lay the groundwork for an assault that will focus on Hillary Clinton’s role of silencing her husband’s self-professed lovers and alleged victims.

The Washington Examiner claims:

“They say Hillary Clinton’s involvement in efforts to discredit and disparage women who accused Bill Clinton of sexual harassment assault and even rape make the scandals relevant to the presidential race and Hillary’s inabilities to carry out her duties should she become president.”

Willey says she has bristled at Hillary Clinton’s attempts to convince voters she is committed to protecting women.

Willey continued in her interview, “Hillary Clinton’s been calling me a bimbo for 19 years, as well as Paula [Jones] and Juanita [Broaddrick] and Gennifer.  She, you know, doesn’t have any room to talk.”

Willey, who supports Trump, said the campaign has not contacted her, but would be more than happy to campaign on his behalf.

Do you think Donald Trump should take the high road or let his allies expose these sex scandals on a national level?