Clintons Return To Arkansas For 25th Anniversary Retrospective
22 November, 2017, 06:27
Edward Klein, former New York Times Magazine editor, claims Mr Bill Clinton is facing four separate lawsuits from women who claim he assaulted them when they were in their late teens. However, the incidents at hand are attributed to the period after Clinton left the White House.
Writing for MailOnline, he said a member of Clinton's legal team had confirmed the new allegations.
Clinton helped Burkle generate business and reportedly flew around the world with a flock of "beautiful young women" on the billionaire's private jet, which was nicknamed 'Air F*** One'.
In the run up to the United States presidential elections 2016, Democrat Hillary Clinton, the wife of Bill Clinton, had said that she had "moved on". The four unidentified women were working low-level positions at the Burkle organization at the time the offenses are alleged to have occurred.
Victims of sexual harassment and assault feel more empowered now to "out" perpetrators than they did 25 years ago, during Bill Clinton's political moment. The scandal came to light in 1998.
Times have changed for the Clintons in another significant way: For the first time in 40 years, neither Bill nor Hillary Clinton is weighing elected office.
Notable guests included Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, former Arkansas Governor Jim Guy Tucker, former Little Rock Mayor Lottie Shackleford, former U.S. Senators David and Mark Pryor, Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin, and former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe Gen. Wesley Clark. "He hopes his legal team can somehow stop the women from filing charges and drag him through the mud".