The Clinton family has been on the spotlight over four separate lawsuits that have been filed against Bill Clinton. The women claim Mr. Clinton assaulted them while they were in their late teens and working for playboy billionaire investor Ron Burkle.
It’s alleged that Clinton aided the billionaire to generate business and reportedly flew around the world with a flock of beautiful young women on Burkle’s private jet, which was nicknamed ‘Air F**k One.’ However, there’s no evidence that Mr Burkle knew anything about the alleged incidents.
Mr. Clinton has faced a number of sexual misconduct allegations in the past, with the most known one being his infamous affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky while in office.
On the same note, the Clinton administration has been slammed by the former Obama administration Health and Human Services Secretary and Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius for attacking the women who accused Bill Clinton of sexual harassment and assault.
"Not only did people look the other way, but they went after the women who came forward and accused him," Sebelius told "The Axe Files" in a podcast aired Wednesday, referring to Clinton's team. "And so it doubled down on not only bad behavior but abusive behavior, and then people attacked the victims."
Sebelius emphasized that Hillary Clinton ought to be criticized for her role in discrediting the women who alleged sexual misconduct, adding that the move was absolutely fair.
"You can watch that same pattern repeat," she said. "It needs to end. It needs to be over."
The former President Bill Clinton has been accused of a ton of heinous sexual misconducts that include raping Juanita Broaddrick, groping Kathleen Willey, and exposing himself to Paula Jones. However, he has completely denied all allegations.
On the same note, Sebelius refused to say whether Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., should resign over claims that he inappropriately touched radio personality Leeann Tweeden during a USO tour of the Middle East in 2006.
"Franken has done something different than some of the other males involved," Sebelius said. "He first of all admitted behavior and apologized, but immediately asked for an ethics investigation on himself."
Others, like Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, "have followed a very different path and it's a path that looks a lot more like what Bill Clinton did," she said.