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Several additional women “who’ve been assaulted by Bill Clinton” are set to come forward with accusations against the former president, the author of “The Clintons’ War On Women” said.
“I identified 24 women who’ve been assaulted by Bill Clinton,” Roger Stone said on The Sean Hannity Show. “Now some of these women are still terrified. Some of them have had IRS audits. Some of them have had their families threatened. But others have come forward.”
Hannity asked Stone if there were “women whose names we don’t know that are mentioned in your book or not mentioned in your book that are going to come forward and start telling those stories?”
Stone responded: “Yes, I think it’s very probable. Not all of them because some of them are still terrified, their families have been threatened, their lives have been threatened.”
“Are we talking about affairs, or are we talking about assaults?” asked Hannity.
“We’re talking about assaults,” Stone said. “I don’t want to get out ahead of myself but I think as [Juanita] Broaddrick, and [Kathleen] Willey, and [Paula] Jones speak out, other women are encouraged who have been assaulted, who have been threatened by Hillary, are encouraged by the courage of those three women.”
Meanwhile, liberal columnist Kirsten Powers wrote that “history has caught up with the Clintons.”
Powers, who worked in the Clinton administration, wrote that “we are a society that has a blessedly lower tolerance for sexual assault and harassment than in prior years. This is good news for America, but bad news for the Clintons. History has caught up with them at the worst possible moment.”
Responding to Bill Clinton’s appearance on the campaign trail for his wife, Republican front-runner Donald Trump tweeted: “If Hillary thinks she can unleash her husband, with his terrible record of women abuse, while playing the womens’ card on me, she’s wrong!”