BREAKING: New Bill Clinton Sexual Assault Accuser Goes Public for the First Time! WATCH VIDEO!

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The list of Bill Clinton accusers grows…

While Donald Trump has been facing an onslaught of sexual abuse claims as of recently, one must wonder why these women didn’t bother to come out in past decades – or even at the beginning of the Presidential race with these claims.

It’s different with Bill Clinton. That man has been accused of sexual assault since before he was even President, and his accusers haven’t been quiet for decades. Trump brought a handful of women who’ve been publicly accusing Bill of sexually abusing them for decades at the second Presidential debate. And right ahead of tonight’s third Presidential debate, a new accuser has just surfaced.

A former local television news reporter in Arkansas claims she was groped by Bill Clinton in 1980, according to Breitbart. Breitbart posted an exclusive video interview with former KLMN-TV reporter Leslie Millwee, in which she says the former president rubbed himself against her and reached climax, molesting her on three separate occasions that year.

“He came up behind me and started rubbing my shoulders and running his hands down toward my breasts. And I was just stunned. I froze. I asked him to stop. He laughed,” she said. “I’m asking him the whole time, ‘Please do not do this. Do not touch me.”

Breitbart claims to have interviewed at least three other people in order to corroborate Millwee’s story.

As Breitbart reported:

Leslie Millwee says that on two of the alleged occasions, Clinton groped her while he rubbed himself against her and reached climax.

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.  She says that Clinton departed after she purportedly refused to respond.

WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW:

Mikwee said that she had remained silent for all these years because she was afraid she would not be believed. She added that she thought about coming forward in 1998, when the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke but decided against the negative attention it would bring to her and her family.

Little did she know, even then, Lewinsky was hardly the only one…