Although Clarence Thomas, Bill Clinton, Bill Cosby, Arnold the Terminator, and other abusers' cases gave many sexual and emotional abuse survivors eerie feelings that they discussed with friends, Trump's case is different because of his in-your-face personality that has pushed many victims to go public. Let's hope that so many women going public will end up creating a positive outcome, perhaps the only positive outcome of the 2016 duopoly campaign.
Despite Bill Clinton's ability to keep reminding us of "feeling your pain" he was more than just unfaithful. His abusive activities pushed several of my friends and co-workers to never vote for a Democrat for POTUS again. The impact of this on Gore's POTUS run would have been discussed more if the Party had not previously set up Ralph Nader to be the scapegoat when Gore lost Clinton's Arkansas and Gore's Tennessee, and ultimately conceded the 2000 election.
Unfortunately with either Bill Clinton or Donald Trump moving into the White House on January 20, it will be very difficult for many victims to "remove them from your life".