Monica Lewinsky tweeted the hashtag #MeToo, officially joining a movement of people who say they are the victims of sexual harassment or assault.
Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky,) kept it simple via Twitter: “#MeToo.”
Lewinsky, who carried on an affair with then-President Bill Clinton while a White House intern in the 1990s, did not go into details about her experience.
Several women have accused Clinton of sexual misconduct, dating back to his tenure as governor of Arkansas. Clinton has only admitted to having consensual relations with Lewinsky and Gennifer Flowers. Continue reading
A shocking photo has been leaked on social media depicting what appears to be former president Bill Clinton sitting on a bed while a scantily dressed woman rubs his lower back.
The leaked photo, which could not be be authenticated at the time of this writing, shows a man with a striking resemblance to Bill Clinton sitting on a bed with a television remote in his left hand. Bill is left-handed.
The photo was originally posted by Twitter user @0hour, who explained, “I was sent the pic cant reveal the source they said tweet it happy Monday! (sic)” Of course, if this goes as any other Clinton scandal, we may never know the truth behind the photo. Continue reading
Matt Maloney, CEO of popular food delivery service Grubhub may have cooked his own goose after sending out a company wide memo to his over 1,000 employees demanding that those who voted for Donald Trump immediately resign.
Since hitting send on his poison pen letter, Maloney has faced an avalanche of hate from folks on social media who are now calling for a boycott of the grubby service.
‘While demeaning, insulting and ridiculing minorities, immigrants and the physically/mentally disabled worked for Mr Trump, I want to be clear that this behavior – and these views, have no place at Grubhub,’ Mr Maloney wrote. ‘Had he worked here, many of his comments would have resulted in his immediate termination. Continue reading
After promising a “smooth transfer of power,” President Barack Obama broke tradition by refusing snap a photo with President-elect Donald Trump at the White House on Thursday.
The Obamas canceled a planned photo-op that would have featured the current and future first couples outside the south entrance of the White House. During their transition, Obama and first lady Michelle Obama posed for the cameras alongside President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush.
Mr. Trump and his wife, Melania, arrived at the White House around 11 a.m. The president and president-elect will meet in the Oval Office, while Mrs. Trump and first lady Michelle Obama tour the White House residence, where the Trump family will live. The decision not to participate in this tradition illustrates how bitter the campaign was, particularly for Mrs. Obama who delivered some of the most emotional arguments against electing Mr. Trump. Continue reading
Federal Officials said Friday that the closed investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server was reopened after the discovery new evidence found by the F.B.I. after they seized electronic devices belonging to Hillary top aide, Huma Abedin, and her husband, Anthony Weiner.
In a letter to Congress Friday, F.B.I. director, James Comey, said that emails had surfaced in an unrelated case, and that they “appear to be pertinent to the investigation.”
The F.B.I. told Congress that it had uncovered new emails related to the closed investigation into whether Mrs. Clinton or her aides had mishandled classified information, potentially reigniting an issue that has weighed on the presidential campaign and offering a lifeline to Donald J. Trump less than two weeks before the election. Continue reading
The identity of a cute little girl appearing in a viral anti-Hillary Clinton video on YouTube saying the presidential contender “is a bad person,” is unknown.
Matt Drudge first posted the video, which at that time only had 200 hits, on his popular news aggregator The Drudge Report. Since the posting, the video has gone viral.
“Nobody likes Hillary. She is a bad person,” the girl says while looking into the camera. “Donald Trump is the greatest person in the whole entire world.” The girl goes on to say that Clinton “needs god and Jesus” and is “ashamed of herself.” “I love Donald Trump, you are the best person I ever heard in my whole entire life,” she continued. “So, never say you like Hillary. She’s so bad. Thank you.” Continue reading
Leslie Millwee is speaking out for the first time claiming that on three occasions Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her. On one such meeting the former president groped her while he rubbed himself against her until he fully satisfied himself.
Millwee, a former local television news reporter from Arkansas, claims she was assaulted by Clinton on three separate occasions in 1980.
After these alleged sexual assaults, Millwee claims, Clinton showed up at her apartment and knocked on her door for several minutes while trying to talk his way inside. Continue reading
A former Clinton family employee is claiming he set up paid meetings between Hillary and random men and women for illicit romps.
The family operative broke ranks with his one-time boss telling all to The National ENQUIRER. The article will reveal the “fixer’s dossier of smoking gun proof,” including 24-years of documents, notes, and journals.
“I arranged a meeting for Hillary and a woman in an exclusive Beverly Hills hotel,” the man, who was hired by the Clintons, via a Hollywood executive, to cover up their scandals, told The ENQUIRER. Continue reading
The FBI released more documents on their investigation into Hillary Clinton‘s emails that lay out a series of allegations that could prove detrimental to Democratic presidential nominee. The documents included what some are saying is shocking proof that a “shadow government” does indeed exist.
Included in the papers are claims that Clinton “blatantly” disregarded standard protocol and that a group of high ranking State Department employees attempted a coordinated document dump, and asked for a “quid pro quo” related to the former secretary of state’s emails.
The documents, part four of four to be released by the FBI, include notes and interview summaries that may illuminate more about the bureau’s decision not to recommend Clinton be prosecuted for her actions. Many Republicans have criticized that decision, but FBI Director James Comey has repeatedly insisted the move was apolitical. Continue reading
Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who has long accused then fledgling politician Bill Clinton of rape, repeatedly broke down in tears while recounting her harrowing experience in a video interview.
While the mainstream media focused on Donald Trump’s locker room banter caught on an open mic in 2005 while he worked with Billy Bush, Broaddrick was discussing how her life was devastated by Clinton’s unwanted and violent advance.
Trembling, Broaddrick explained that she is still afraid of Bill Clinton and asserted that she is frightened by the prospect of Hillary Clinton winning the election. She described the alleged rape in vivid detail, providing the most extensive window yet into the singular event that she says left her traumatized until today. Continue reading