Kathleen Willey

Kathleen Willey

NEW YORK – CNN reporter Chris Cuomo recently turned antagonistic in an interview with GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump for branding Hillary Clinton the “enabler” of her husband’s sexual crimes, prompting Kathleen Willey, a Clinton assault victim, to write an open letter to Cuomo.

The interview, broadcast Monday when Donald Trump phoned in to CNN’s “New Day” show, allowed Cuomo to confront Trump over his statements that Hillary Clinton enabled her husband’s sexual crimes by concealing the details, intimidating or harassing the other party, and more.

“[People see this] as potential proof that you don’t have anything to offer as president. What is your thinking on this line of attack?” he asked.

“Well, this is a nice way to start off the interview,” Trump responded, turning the table on Cuomo. “You should congratulate me for having won the race. I thought, you know, there’d at least be some small congratulations. But I’m not surprised with CNN because that’s the way they treat Trump. They call it ‘The Clinton Network.'”

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After watching the televised interaction, Willey penned an open letter to Cuomo, hoping to make sure CNN understands the issue of Bill Clinton’s history of sexual assaults on women from her perspective as a victim.

“I saw your interview with Donald Trump last Monday morning and barely 30 seconds into it, after a perfunctory welcome, you asked him why, with everything else going on in this world, terrorism, jobs, the economy and immigration, he chose to take the path of confronting Hillary Clinton about ‘old sex scandals and infidelities,'” Willey began.

“I would like to share with you and your friends in the MSM why this subject is important,” she continued. “This situation is NO longer about that. It’s not about the details of these multiple assaults and rapes involving numerous women who never knew one another, telling the same [or] similar stories.

“This is NOT about infidelities, indiscretions, adultery, girlfriends or consensual sex,” Willey emphasized. “This is about Bill Clinton’s multiple sexual assaults and rapes for over 40 years and Hillary Clinton’s threatening, bullying, intimidating and terrorizing all of the women who have suffered at his hands. It’s as simple as that.”

Kathleen Willey recounts her ordeal with the Clintons in “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton.” For even more on Bill and Hillary’s crimes and cover-ups, “The Clintons’ War on Women” exposes the appalling details of their mistreatment of women. BOTH are available at the WND Superstore!

Hillary: ‘An accessory after the fact’

Other victims of Bill Clinton’s sexual crimes are hammering Willey’s point home.

“Not only is Hillary Clinton an enabler, she is also a co-conspirator,” Dolly Kyle, the childhood sweetheart of “Billy” Clinton and someone who knows the sordid history of the former first couple better than almost anyone, “If Juanita Broaddrick had filed criminal charges after Billy raped her in 1978, Hillary could have been charged as an accessory after the fact because she threatened Juanita afterward. ‘Enabler’ is the most polite thing you could call Hillary.

“It’s perfectly legitimate for Donald Trump to bring up this line of argument. The most important thing about people who want to be in a public office is their honesty and integrity. The Clintons have a history of terrorism against American citizens. They have used threats, violence and intimidation in furtherance of their political aims, and that is the very definition of terrorism.”

Kyle chronicles her long history with the Clintons in her explosive new book, “Hillary the Other Woman,” and its revelations are likely to become a prominent part of the upcoming general election campaign.

The truth is even worse than you thought. Discover the explosive secret history of Bill and Hillary Clinton in the new blockbuster book, “Hillary the Other Woman,” available right now from Amazon as an e-book, or as an autographed hardcover from the WND Superstore!

Kyle was responding to aggressive questioning by Cuomo of Trump after the presumptive nominee opened up his new line of attack against Hillary Clinton.

Cuomo had challenged Trump for calling the former first lady an “unbelievably nasty, mean enabler” who “destroyed” the lives of women preyed on by her husband.

Kyle’s assessment aligns with the conclusions of Roger Stone and Robert Morrow in their 2015 best-selling book, “The Clintons’ War on Women,” that was among the first to contend Hillary is an “accomplice after the fact.”

Stone and Morrow write that there were a “plethora of women whose voices she silenced and whose rights she took away” by engaging in a “war of character assassination and caused both physical and emotional trauma to the women who were victims of her husband’s depraved behavior.”

Willey: ‘Hillary viciously assaulted me’

In her 2007 book, “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton,” Willey graphically described how Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her in the Oval Office, on Nov. 29, 1993, a day that was tragically the same day her financially strapped husband committed suicide.

After cornering Willey in the small hallway outside the Oval Office, Clinton began his sexual assault. Here is how Willey described the experience:

He kissed me on my mouth and, before I knew it, I was backed up into the corner, against the closed bathroom door and the wall behind the Oval Office. The president’s hands were all over me, just all over me. And all I could think was, What the hell is he doing? Just what is he doing?

I tried to twist away. He was too powerful. President Clinton is almost a foot taller than I am and nearly double my weight. I couldn’t get away and could barely think. I didn’t know what I was supposed to do. He was my friend. And he was the president of the United States.

I finally managed to say, “What are you doing?”

“I’ve wanted to do this,” he said, “since the first time I laid eyes on you.”

From there, Willey describes how Clinton took her hand and placed it on his genitals, followed by an episode in which Clinton ran his hands under her skirt, as well as over her blouse and breasts.

Kathleen Willey recounts her ordeal with the Clintons in “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton.” For even more on Bill and Hillary’s crimes and cover-ups, “The Clintons’ War on Women” exposes the appalling details of their mistreatment of women. BOTH are available at the WND Superstore!

“Much has changed since 1993 and most of it for the better – a 27-year-old woman today was only 4 when the most powerful person in the world chose to assault me, as I explained to him the immense financial pressures in which I found myself,” Willey continued in her Open Letter to Cuomo.

“My husband and I had been ardent Clinton supporters and lifelong Democrats – then Ed Willey got into financial troubles he hid from me that culminated, just as Bill Clinton assaulted me in the Oval Office, with his own suicide,” she recalled. “It is tougher to imagine a lower place than we lived then and for years afterward.”

What shocked Willey even more perhaps than Bill Clinton’s sexual assault was Hillary Clinton defending his behavior for fear it may damage her political chances of becoming president in the future.

“But what made it brutally harder were decisions it seems that Hillary Clinton took – rather than send Bill Clinton to the poor house, divorced and in disgrace, counseling or even rehab, Hillary Clinton apparently saw my plight and other gathering storms as her ticket into elective politics and eventually towards her own presidency,” Willey emphasized in the Open Letter.

Hillary threatens Willey in Paula Jones case

Here is where another parallel to the Dolly Kyle case demands attention.

The viciousness of Hillary’s attacks on Kyle kicked into high gear when Kyle decided to give a deposition in the Paula Jones case, going public with the details of her decades-long sexual affair with Bill Clinton.

“Hillary and Billy’s later attempts to destroy me ran the gamut from planting false stories in national publications to pretending that I didn’t exist,” Kyle writes. “Billy would later lie about me under oath in a federal lawsuit, and he would suborn perjury to get another person to lie about me too.”

Kyle insisted Hillary knew exactly what she was doing.

“I’m not sure I ever discovered the full extent of Hillary’s attacks on me because she used various publications to do her dirty work of discrediting me,” Kyle finally concludes: “There appears to be no limit to what Hillary will do to destroy her perceived enemies. I wonder how long it will take her female supporters to realize that they are not her ‘longtime friends’ any more than I was. They are votes for her, pure and simple.”

So too, after Willey was subpoenaed to testify in the Paula Jones case, Hillary set out to terrify her into silence.

“So I was viciously assaulted after that event in the Oval Office by Clinton allies in the media and by goons who actually threatened the lives of my children to try to silence me two days before I was to be deposed, under oath, in Paula Jones’ sexual harassment case, 4 years later,” Willey wrote in her Open Letter to Cuomo.

“She [Hillary Clinton] directed them to commit an even worse offense than that, a heinous act of which I have barely spoken,” Willey noted, still not ready to make public this particular horror Hillary Clinton visited upon her. “My lawyer and I tried to fight that subpoena for months. It was a story that I never intended to tell anyone.”

Even recalling what she went through testifying in the Paula Jones case, Willey re-experiences the fear she felt then.

“The threatening acts of terror continued for months. My pets went missing or died mysteriously way before their time,” Willey detailed in her Open Letter. “My car was vandalized, I discovered a stranger at my basement door at 3 a.m. one morning. Strange and threatening phone calls never seemed to stop. Someone broke into my house in the middle of the night while I was asleep upstairs.”

The truth is even worse than you thought. Discover the explosive secret history of Bill and Hillary Clinton in the new blockbuster book, “Hillary the Other Woman,” available right now from Amazon as an e-book, or as an autographed hardcover from the WND Superstore!

‘Sisterhood’ of Clintons’ sexual victims

In concluding her open letter, Willey made clear that while many of Bill Clinton’s sexual victims are well known to the public, many more victims are yet afraid to come forward publicly, not willing to become victims a second time, this time to the violence Hillary was willing to unleash with her cover-up routine.

“And I am not the only one she [Hillary Clinton] attacked,” Willey’s open letter continued. “There are many others, Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, Dolly Kyle, Gennifer Flowers, to name only a few. I have heard from many other women, who have told me similar stories of what Bill Clinton did to them, but still too afraid to go public with them. I don’t blame them in the slightest. ”

Willey said as more stories of the Bill-Hillary sexual abuse tactics become public, she finds new, shocking depths to the Clintons’ moral depravity.

“It was only this year that I learned of even more of his sociopathic behavior,” she wrote. “He has even called many of these women on the phone, barely weeks after he attacked them, to ask when they can get together again! In his sick, perverted mind, he actually thinks that he has done us all a favor, that we are truly blessed to have ‘shared’ those horrific events with him. We are indeed a sisterhood in many strange ways.”

Willey concluded by marveling at the hypocrisy of Hillary supporters like CNN’s Cuomo who are willing to excuse the Clintons’ criminal sexual abuse and victimization modus operandi.

“Perhaps it is impossible to teach lessons to a Cuomo – I do not expect an apology from you or a forum to engage feminists on the many ‘teachable moments’ you all deserve to learn if you can,” she wrote in conclusion. “Try to picture these kind of sick, perverted acts being committed against your wife, daughter, mother or sister. Take a walk in our shoes instead of attacking us as bimbos, trailer trash, nut-jobs and looney-tunes.”

Regrettably, Willey ends the Open Letter knowing how futile her efforts most likely are when encouraging Clinton supporters to see the truth behind Trump’s well-founded characterization of Hillary as the “enabler” of her husband’s sexual crimes.

“Still, there is always hope – so I hope you will reflect on why you and your ilk are shunned by thinking members of society,” Willey notes.

“I hope you will approach redemption by confessing your errors here and trying to make amends.”

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