Late last week an 11-year-old audiotape surfaced in which Donald Trump discusses sexually assaulting women. “Grab them by [their genitalia],” Trump said about beautiful women. He also claimed that “When you’re a star, they let you do it,” and discusses trying to have sex with a married woman. Donald Trump’s first wife, Ivana, in a sworn deposition, stated that he raped her in 1989. She described it as such to her closest confidantes on several occasions. Now, a new federal lawsuit has been filed from a woman who says Donald Trump raped her in 1994 at a party hosted by convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. She was 13 at the time.

Younger Americans may have trouble recalling Bill Clinton’s serial sexual degeneracy, but it’s not hard to look it up. For instance, years ago White House volunteer Kathleen Wiley accused the president of sexually assaulting her in the early ’90s. Paula Jones claimed that, around the same time, Clinton propositioned her for sex and exposed his genitals to her. Juanita Broaddrick claimed Bill Clinton raped her in an Arkansas hotel room in 1978. Another woman, Eileen Wellstone, claimed Clinton raped her while he was at Oxford University in the late 1960s. Clinton also carried on a sexual affair with at least one other woman, Gennifer Flowers. During both of these affairs he remained married to Hillary Clinton. So he broke his wedding vows to commit sexual infidelities. This is not all that far-fetched. Recently, New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd admitted “feminism sort of died” during the Clinton administration. As she put it, feminists “had to come along with Bill Clinton’s retrogressive behavior with women in order to protect the progressive policies for women that Bill Clinton had as president.”