Kathleen Willey Schwicker
Kathleen Willey Schwicker, the woman who says Bill Clinton groped her in the Oval Office, plans to release a new book hammering Hillary Clinton for her failure to support the many women who have accused her husband of sexual impropriety.
According to a report in U.S. News and World Report, Willey Schwicker is upset Hillary didn’t prevent the White House spin machine from coming down on her.
“It’s not so much about the incident but about what they would do to an ordinary American woman,” Willey Schwicker told the magazine.
“Hillary Clinton champions herself for female workers’ rights and for women, but she doesn’t. She didn’t support the women involved in all of Clinton’s messes.”
Mrs. Clinton approved the release of letters Willey Schwicker wrote to the president after the alleged incident, in which she calls herself his No. 1 fan.
“I just want people to know what it is like to be in their crosshairs,” she told U.S. News.
Clinton has announced her intent to run for re-election for her New York Senate seat next year and is believed by many to be planning a run for the White House in 2008.
Willey Schwicker’s story was told in the book “Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine” by Candice E. Jackson. In her book, Jackson also tells the accounts of Clinton accuser Juanita Broaddrick and others.
In praising Jackson’s book upon its release, Willey Schwicker said, “Candice E. Jackson’s rendition of my story is the most accurate portrayal of my experience with Bill Clinton that has yet been published. I appreciate her painstaking attempt to express the true nightmare Bill and Hillary put me through.”