Latest Sexual Assault Charges Against Bill Clinton Might Stick, Journalist Says

Latest Sexual Assault Charges Against Bill Clinton Might Stick, Journalist Says

A representative from Clinton's legal team has confirmed the existence of new allegations.

"Hillary Clinton needs to stop, ' Mika Brzezinski said of the former Democratic presidential candidate on the 'Morning Joe" program.

Read Klein's report on Daily Mail.

These anonymous women are ready to take matters further legally and have demanded large sums of money in exchange for their silence, the report goes on to claim.

Clinton is yet to formally respond to the recent allegations.

The alleged assumptions would have occurred after Bill Clinton's departure from the White House in 2001 and the mysterious investor is in fact billionaire Ron Burkle.

However, there is no evidence that Burkle himself was in the knowing about such incidents happening at his company.

Bill Clinton has been accused of sexual misconduct previously on more than one occasion.

The claims will revive memories of Mr Clinton's infamous affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky while he was still in office, and of previous charges of sexual assault against him, most notably from former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones, to whom he paid $850,000 to settle a sexual harassment claim.

Democrats, liberals and feminists will once again have to justify themselves, having defended his actions in various similar cases before.

"Kirsten Gillibrand's comment about Bill Clinton I think is an natural disaster in the Democratic Party, because the Wall Street-Clinton junta that controls the Democratic Party has really been bulletproof", Bannon told John Catsimatidis on AM970's "The Answer" in an interview that aired Sunday. "They haven't lived as man and wife for a number of years, mostly due to Bill's running around with other women", the source adds.

Bill has been married to fellow politician Hillary for 42 years and the couple has one daughter, Chelsea. It was pushed under the rug, and even women defended him.