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Kathleen Willey to Megyn Kelly: 'Hillary Clinton is the war on women'

Kathleen Willey in 1999.
Kathleen Willey in 1999.
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While appearing on Tuesday's edition of Fox News' "The Kelly File," Kathleen Willey, a woman who said former President Bill Clinton groped her in the Oval Office, sounded off about Hillary Clinton, calling her "the war on women" and an enabler who conducts “terror campaigns” against women who cross paths with her husband, Twitchy said.

"Hillary Clinton is the war on women," she said, echoing a statement she made on Aaron Klein's radio program last Sunday.

Willey also said Clinton needs to "be exposed" for what she called the "terror campaigns" against the women she said were "in the wrong place at the wrong time with her husband."

According to Willey, this has been going on since before the two were married.

Instead of dealing with the problem, Willey added, Clinton resorted to ruining the women who have been involved with her husband.

Kelly noted that some, including former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, have said those affairs should be off limits because they don't reflect on Hillary.

Willey, however, strongly disagreed.

"[I]f she is going to run on women's issues, like she says she is and she's going to go accuse the Republicans of this war on women, I think she needs to be exposed for the war that she's waged against people like me,” she said. “I mean she has choreographed every single investigation and every terror campaign against every single woman practically who she thinks might be a problem. And that’s how she handled it. How can you be a champion of women's rights and turn around and do what she's done to women like me? It just doesn't make sense.”

Willey also said Americans should consider the way Bill and Hillary Clinton have treated the women in these scandals should Hillary choose to run for office, even though some on the left say it is sexist and misogynistic to even mention the scandals.

"If George Bush or any other person did what Bill Clinton did, they would have been gone," she said, observing the double standard among liberals.

"It's that simple," she added.

Willey also told Kelly that Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who accused Bill Clinton of rape, was telling the truth about what happened to her.

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