Bill Clinton faces new accuser as former Arkansas TV reporter claims he groped her in 1980
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A former television reporter for an Arkansas television station has come forward to claim she was groped by former President Bill Clinton back in 1980.

In an interview with Breitbart News -- a news organization that has been supportive of Donald Trump's candidacy and whose former chairman Stephen Bannon is now the CEO of the Trump campaign -- a woman named Leslie Millwee claims that Bill Clinton made unwanted advances on her on three separate occasions in a room at her local TV station.

She says that Clinton touched her sexually, and even tried to seek her out at her apartment at one point, which was when she decided to switch jobs.

Millwee tells Breitbart that both Bill and Hillary Clinton would try to bring down Bill's accusers, which was why she decided to stay silent for so long.

"I was very prepared to go forward then and talk about it, and I watched the way the Clintons and Hillary slandered those women, harassed them, did unthinkable things to them," Millwee said.  "I did not want to be part of that."

The Trump campaign has been bringing out Bill Clinton's accusers as Trump has dealt with allegations from multiple women that Trump groped them inappropriately. Millwee is the first new accuser to come forward in this election cycle, however.

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