Mail Online reports that "highly-placed Democratic sources" have revealed to them that four women have new accusations against Bill Clinton for sexual misconduct and are looking for the former president to pay for their silence.
These sexual assaults would have been confirmed by high-level sources from the Democratic Party and the Barack Obama Administration. A member of Clinton's legal team, however, denied the report of the negotiation's progress and the actual existence of negotiations in general, telling Law&Crime, "Both false and ridiculous".
These new allegations hail from the period following his 2001 departure from the White House, when he was working with millionaire playboy Ron Burkle.
The Telegraph reported that the incidents might have occurred when Clinton helped Burkle in his business and flew around in his private luxurious jets with flock of young women. The most famous case against him is concerning her affair with Monica Lewinsky, who was an intern at the White House.
Democrats Line Up to Pile on Bill Clinton
Asked directly if she believed Mr. Clinton should have stepped down at the time, Ms. Gillibrand took a long pause and said, "Yes, I think that is the appropriate response". "He hopes his legal team can somehow stop the women from filing charges and drag him through the mud". "Hillary Clinton needs to stop, she needs to stop talking about this topic unless Bill Clinton wants to come forward and apologize for being a sexual harasser, for settling with women".
"Hillary wants to remain in the public eye as a leader of the resistance to [US President] Donald Trump and play a major role in politics for years to come, including maybe even running for president again in 2020".
71-year-old Bill Clinton was involved in several sex scandals during his term as a president and represented a huge step back in his political career.