Bill Clinton's Alleged Ex-Lover Just Made Some 'Sick, Sick' Claims About Bill and Hillary

According to Bill Clinton's alleged ex-lover, former Dallas attorney Dolly Kyle, "Billy" is a self-described "sex addict" who's "sick, sick need" Hillary has more than just enabled — she's "co-conspired" on through her "terrorist" tactics.

Kyle (formerly Dolly Kyle Browning) claims to have known Clinton since high school and had a long-running affair with Clinton from the mid-1970s until around 1991. She eventually sued Clinton for trying to block the publication of her book she said was "loosely based" on her sexual affair with him, a lawsuit thrown out by a judge in 1998. Now Kyle has written a new book, a "political memoir" about Hillary.

In an interview with "Aaron Klein Investigative Radio" that aired Sunday, Kyle claimed that during their lengthy affair Bill told her that he had sex with around 2,000 women and described himself as a "sex addict." Kyle said his self-confessed addiction "explains everything" about his destructive sexual behavior.

"You would think that a guy who is a governor and who is nice looking and articulate and all that and then president would not have to sexually assault someone, but that goes back to the addiction," she said. "It's not just plain sex. It's not just a physical attraction. It is some sick, sick need that he has to control women."

Kyle's harshest words were directed at Hillary, whom she described as a "co-conspirator" who "terrorized" the women Bill allegedly abused.

"Certainly she’s an enabler, but worse than that, she’s a co-conspirator."

Dolly Kyle

"Certainly she’s an enabler, but worse than that, she’s a co-conspirator," said Kyle. "Hillary had to know what was going on and she latched on to his coattails to get herself to the White House..."

Saying that calling her an "enabler" is "about the nicest thing you can say about her," Kyle said the better description was "terrorist."

"I invite you to look up the definition of terrorism. It is the use of violence, threats, or intimidation to achieve a political aim," Kyle told Klein, adding, "It changes people’s lives by changing their decisions about what they would otherwise do. And these women who might otherwise speak up are so afraid that they won’t say anything."

Kyle has written a new book, Hillary the Other Woman: A Political Memoir, which includes a forward by a former chief investigative counsel for the Clinton impeachment. In the forward, attorney David P. Schippers vouches for Kyle's character and says she was going to be one of the key witnesses had the impeachment moved forward. In 2001, Schippers published his own book about Clinton called Sellout: The Inside Story About Clinton's Impeachment.​

Read the full interview here.

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