Bill Clinton's Former Mistress on Trump: If He Can't Take Down Clintons, Nobody Can

"She’s the closest thing you can imagine to Al Capone."

Sally Miller, the former Miss Arkansas who claims she had a three-month affair with Bill Clinton in 1983, says the only one who can beat the Clintons is Donald Trump. The former beauty queen was recently profiled in the Daily Mail, where she alleged she was subjected to stalking and harassment by the Clintons following the end of her affair with the then-governor. 

“She [Hillary] doesn’t care what I say about Bill, that’s old news,” Miller told the Mail. "But I think she wonders what Bill told me... With the election coming up she can’t afford any sort of loose end. She’s the closest thing you can imagine to Al Capone. I don’t think she is going to rest until she puts me to rest."

In a Facebook post Miller stated: 

LOVE HIM OR HATE HIM, Trump's political run has forced Americans to see, once again, the corrupt and nasty Democrats for who they really are. Best of all, Trump forced the two-faced Republicans to come out of hiding and show their true colors. 

Trump's candidacy has thrown open the outhouse door so we can "See and Smell" the vileness inside Congress.

It took Trump stepping forward and putting a spotlight on Career Politicians to reveal their lazy, shallow, and low-life ways!!!! And, it took Trump's Presidential Bid to expose the phony label "Fair and Balanced" ---so smugly flaunted by FOX NEWS. 

Yes, Americans, like him or not, It takes a Donald J. Trump to sound the TRUMPET!!!!!

Trump, Trump, HE's my man....If he can't do it....nobody can!!!!!!

One of the criticisms of Trump is that, if the nominee, he would not fare well in a substantive, one-on-one debate with Hillary Clinton. There is merit to this claim. But while Trump may need to hone his debate skills and greatly enhance his knowledge of policy, he still has a chance to be effective in a campaign against Hillary Clinton based even on his current tactics. 

Trump is clearly not above getting down in the mud and would likely assail the Democrat frontrunner in some very unpredictable and unorthodox ways -- ways she is not prepared for and ways other, more traditional GOP candidates would consider beneath them. There is nothing subtle about Donald Trump, and that is likely something the Clintons would fear. 

(h/t: American Mirror)