EXCLUSIVE: 'Don't let Bill back in the White House, he abused women and he'll do it again.' Paula Jones warns against voting for Hillary - because she also lied about sex case which almost cost him presidency Paula Jones sued President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment, saying he propositioned her when he was Arkansas governor Her case led to investigation in which Bill Clinton denied under oath having sex with Monica Lewinsky, leading to his impeachment trial Now a stay-at-home mom in Little Rock she tells Daily Mail Online his conduct means he should be kept out of the White House Jones says he is still lying and would philander again - and that Hillary lied too so is also unworthy of office 'There is no way that she did not know what was going on, that women were being abused and accosted by her husband. She was the woman who almost brought down the president, with her allegations of sexual harassment. But 21 years after Paula Jones accused Bill Clinton of lurid behavior, she is speaking out against Hillary and insisting that his wife is not fit to be President either - because of her husband's history of bad behavior. In an exclusive interview with Daily Mail Online Jones delivers her own verdict on Hillary's bid to become president, saying that her husband's attitude towards women disqualifies Bill from re-entering the White House - while what she calls Hillary's 'lies' disqualify her from the Oval Office. 'There is no way that she did not know what was going on, that women were being abused and accosted by her husband,' she says. 'They have both lied.' Jones, 48, became a national figure when in 1994 she sued President Clinton for sexual harassment after an incident in an Arkansas hotel room three years earlier. Her lawsuit led to Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky being uncovered and led to Clinton being impeached, accused of lying about the nature of his relationship with the White House intern. Political couple: Bill and Hillary Clinton in 1987, when he was governor of Arkansas. Paula Jones says that their 'political marriage' led to Hillary lying about what she knew of Bill's 'abuse' of women While Jones had her moment in the spotlight, including posing nude for Penthouse magazine and doing the rounds of TV talk shows, she has been happy to fade into obscurity. This is her first public intervention since the Clintons left the White House in January 2001. But with Hillary Clinton the Democratic candidate for the 2016 election, Jones has come out swinging with her own personal take on the White House bid. 'She should not be running with the terrible history they have,' she told Daily Mail Online 'Who would want Bill Clinton back a second time, doing the same stuff he was doing before, philandering with women? They have both lied. 'He does not have a right to be in the White House to serve the people the way he treated women, sexually harassing women. 'There were many women that came out and spoke out about what he did to them. He does not have a place in the White House to serve the American people.' Jones became the central figure in the extraordinary scandal that engulfed the Clinton White House and almost led to his removal from office when she accused him of sexual harassment. The incident had taken place in 1991 when Clinton was governor of Arkansas and Jones a 24-year-old clerk with the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission. She claimed he propositioned her in a hotel room at the Excelsior Hotel in Little Rock, dropping his trousers and asking her for oral sex. Jones, who has three sons, Maddison, 22, Preston,18, both from her first marriage and Colton,11, from her second, is dismissive of the way Hillary announced her candidacy with a You Tube video featuring 'everyday' people and saying she was going to be their champion. 'If she is for the everyday person why did she not stand up for the women when she knew what her husband did? 'There is no way that she did not know what was going on, that women were being abused and accosted by her husband. 'She knew what was happening and just to ignore it. It was a political relationship and suited them both.' 'When she left the White House she said she was broke. How can you be broke coming out of the White House? She had all these deals, books deals. They are just not truthful. 'There is a history of not being truthful. I would not believe anything they said. I really don't know why she wants to run, I suppose it is an ego thing.' Asked what she would say to Bill Clinton if she ever met him, Jones said she would like him to admit what he did. 'I would ask him why he would not fess up and tell the truth as he knew what happened,' she said. Selfies_O Paula Jones is active on social media and happy to tell people that she is that Paula Jones. 'I like to speak my mind,' she says. 'He should be a man. I am sure it would have been a different story if he had just told the truth.' She added: 'I just think it's a very bad thing. How she has the balls to think she can get away with it with all the scandal behind her name? 'I don't understand how. She will not be getting my vote and I know a lot of people personally that sure don't want her.' Over two decades on from being the most talked about woman in America Jones says she has no regrets. 'I told truth so there are no regrets at all,' she said. I would ask him why he would not fess up and tell the truth as he knew what happened.What happened happened. I am not ashamed of what I did as I always told the truth What Paula Jones would tell Bill Clinton if they met Although she has not been in the spotlight for some years, Jones is still recognized and people ask to have their photograph taken with her. 'People come up and ask if I am that Paula Jones. I've got nothing to be ashamed of and tell them "yes".' Her license plate '2 Feisty' also makes her stand out and is an accurate description of her personality. 'That's me,' she says with a smile. 'I like to speak my mind.' Active on social media, Jones enjoys posting sefies and having maintained the looks and figure that earned her a nude photo spread, she laps up compliments from friends. She does, however, maintain the privacy of her second husband and her children. Not surprisingly she has little respect for Bill Clinton as she maintains he is a liar who was happy to pay her close to $1million but would not apologies for his actions. Her scorn for his wife is equally ferocious and she shudders at the thought of Bill back in the White House - even if it is playing second fiddle to Hillary. Still united: Bill and Hilary Clinton were together most recently at the weekend as they took part in a Memorial Day parade in Chappaqua, the upscale town north of New York City which is their home 'I would afraid for me, my family, everybody. She is not capable and has such a terrible history,' she said. As a stay-at-home mom, she is now focused on her three children and husband of 14 years. She has occasionally given interviews and appeared with British comedian Ruby Wax, who coerced her into reenacting her encounter with Clinton in the Little Rock hotel room. After accusing Clinton, she rode the publicity by posing naked for Penthouse magazine. She said the $150,000 fee would help pay for her sons' college fees and secure her future. The pictorial spread led her to be labeled 'trailer trash' by Clinton supporters. But over two decades on from her brush with fame Jones said he doesn't have any regrets. She said: 'No regrets. It happened to me and it is the truth. It happened to me and I am just living a normal life. ' Jones said she did enjoy the attention that came from the media. 'I can tell you it was fun to be pampered over. It was something. I was not used to it and that came along with me being in this terrible vortex of political mess. That's what it was.' Her life now revolves around her husband Steven, 52, who runs a construction business, and the three children. Her sons all know about what she calls her 'short history' with Bill Clinton. 'What happened happened. I am not ashamed of what I did as I always told the truth, ' she said.