'The Rape Election': Sex Attack Allegations Besieging Both Presidential Campaigns

Playing Is Hillary Clinton's Circle Concerned About Bill's Alleged Affair With Neighbor?

As Donald Trump faces numerous allegations of inappropriate behavior, the Clinton campaign has been stymied by accusations that Bill Clinton had an affair with a neighbor, and that he raped a woman. 

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E-mails released by WikiLeaks reveal that Hillary Clinton’s inner circle was concerned about reports that Bill was having an affair with a wealthy neighbor.

The woman in question is 56-year-old Julie Tauber McMahon. An e-mail between two staffers had the subject line, “Julie,” with the line, “Saw her pic in this or last week's Enquirer.”

Both Bill Clinton and McMahon deny they had an affair and say they are just friends.

The Clinton campaign is also being besieged by accusations that Bill raped a woman. Donald Trump cancelled an appearance on Sean Hannity's show Thursday night — and three of Bill's past accusers from the 1990s, including Paula Jones and Juanita Broaddrick, appeared instead.

On the show, Broaddrick said, "I think it's really important for the millennials to know, those that weren't born when I came forward after Bill Clinton raped me, and those that were too young to understand what we went through." 

Bill Clinton denies Broaddrick’s allegation and was never criminally charged.

Trump's campaign manager is threatening to step up attacks against the Clintons, saying, "We're going to turn [Bill Clinton] into Bill Cosby."

In a taped appearance on Meet the Press Sunday, Vice President Joe Biden says Bill’s behavior is irrelevant to the election campaign — but Trump's is not.

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“I can't make any excuses for Bill Clinton's conduct and I wouldn’t attempt to make any excuses for his conduct, but he paid a price for it. He was impeached."

As for Donald Trump, he said, "This guy has acknowledged that he has been a sexual predator.”

Meanwhile, President Obama was interrupted on Friday by a heckler waving a banner accusing Bill Clinton of rape.

"Hold on a moment young man. Don't be interrupting everybody! Come on. Come on sir, come on," said Obama. 

The president responded by leading a chant. "Come on everybody let's do our little chant. Hillary! Hillary! Hillary!"

The Washington Post has dubbed this election the "rape election."

Washington Post writer Monica Hesse told Inside Edition, "The whole election can be boiled down to a personality question: Which candidate or candidate's husband would you be most afraid to ride alone in an elevator with?"

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