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WASHINGTON – Kathleen Willey, the former volunteer aide to Bill Clinton who claims she was sexually harassed by the president in the 1990s, says she is very sympathetic toward Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern who, after 21 years, has decided to tell all about the lies and deceit surrounding the sexual relationship that ultimately led to impeachment.

“She has every right to tell her story,” said Willey. “She probably needs to if she is going to have experience any kind of normal life going forward.”

But she is quick to point out the story is never going away – especially if Hillary Clinton runs for president in 2016.

Asked if she thought a Hillary candidacy was likely, Willey quickly said: “She’s going to run. No question about it.”

As strongly revolted as she is about the actions of Bill Clinton during her tumultuous experience, Willey reserves a special revulsion for Hillary Clinton’s role in the cover-up.


“How are we going to educate all the young women out there who think voting for a woman is going to be the answer to their dreams?” she asked. “They don’t know what was going on. They weren’t old enough to remember. And what gets under my collar is the way the Clintons never were held accountable for anything. They portrayed themselves as victims – successfully.”

What Willey wants the younger generation of women to understand is a slogan she coined: “Hillary is the war on women.”

“That’s what they don’t understand,” she said. “It’s really true. She was an enabler and worse. As Monica points out, Hillary blamed the woman, not her husband.”

Read all about the women Bill Clinton targeted, in “Their Lives,” and hear the first-person testimony of Kathleen Willey, who told the story of her encounter with Clinton in “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton.”

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