Kathleen Willey, the former White House aide who accused President Clinton on national television of sexually assaulting her during his first term in office, said she expects a “scandal a day” from Hillary Clinton during her 2016 presidential campaign.
Clinton announced her bid for the White House Sunday in a long-expected, anti-climactic video and social media blitz, notably missing a personal appearance by the candidate herself.
“I haven’t seen one single accomplishment that would give her the credentials to be president of the United States,” Willey said in an interview Sunday with Aaron Klein’s Investigative Radio.
Remarking on Clinton’s championing of women’s causes, Willey said, “Well, that’s a joke, if that’s her one credential for running for president, then why don’t I run? I’m a woman. It makes absolutely no sense.”
“There are a lot more women out there way more qualified for that office than she,” she continued, calling Clinton a “serial liar.”
Willey warned American women to be wary of Clinton’s past.
“Women should pay attention to what she’s done to other women, and not just the women who were unfortunate to cross paths with her husband,” she said.
Asked if the country is ready for another Hillary campaign, given all the scandals in her wake, Willey replied, “Who wants to hear that anymore? I don’t want to hear that anymore.”
“Their mere presence on the stage is going to guarantee the fact that we’re going to hear one of those scandals every single day of her running for the nomination.
“The thing that boggles my mind is that doesn’t seem to bother her. If she would really look at that, is that really good for this country?
“Nothing embarrasses these people.”
Listen to the entire interview below.
Willey’s book, “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton,” was published in 2007.