- The Washington Times - Monday, February 8, 2016

Kathleen Willey, a former White House volunteer who famously accused President Bill Clinton of groping her in an Oval Office hallway in 1993, has joined an anti-Hillary Clinton PAC as its national spokeswoman.

The group, created by Roger Stone, a former adviser to Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, would become active should Mrs. Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, win her party’s nomination, Reuters reported. The PAC was originally created last year under the name Women Against Hillary, but was renamed in January as the Rape Accountability Project for Education PAC, or RAPE PAC, the news service said.

“This gives me more of an opportunity to get this message out to young voters who weren’t even born or don’t even remember what happened and to the women who have suffered,” Ms. Willey told Reuters.

She said she will give interviews and speeches and appear in political advertisements to ensure the accusations against Mr. Clinton become a main focal point during his wife’s campaign.

“They’re going to be confronted every day, on radio, on television, on billboards,” Mr. Stone said of the Clintons, Reuters reported.

Mrs. Clinton’s candidacy has convinced some of her husband’s other accusers, including Juanita Broaddrick and Paula Jones McFadden, to come back into the political spotlight. They say Mrs. Clinton is hypocritical for touting women’s rights but doubting her husband’s accusers.

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