EXCLUSIVE: ´We´d be together today, if it wasn´t for Chelsea´: Two decades after their affair, Gennifer Flowers tells Bill Clinton she finally wants to ´sit down and talk´ Daily Mail [UK], by Laura Collins
Their 12-year affair made Gennifer Flowers one of the most high profile mistresses in America. Now, two decades after they split amid scandal, the former news reporter from Little Rock, Arkansas wants to ‘sit down and talk’ with Bill Clinton. In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Gennifer has spoken of her deep regret at turning down Clinton’s pleas to talk some eight years ago and revealed her belief that they would still be together today, were it not the birth of Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea. She said: ‘We have some unresolved issues that it would be nice to sit down and talk about
Good for the Daily Mail UK. Keep running articles like this to remind voters of the narcissistic horndog we were forced to call president for 8 years AND his wife who aided, abetted and covered up for him. Those who think they want PIAPS back in the White House seem to forget that she´d be dragging this piece of misogynistic baggage with her.
I remember that Flowers news conference. Stuttering John from Howard Stern´s show stands up and asks Flowers, "Do you plan to have sex with any of the other presidential candidates? Which ones?" Everyone in the room laughed, including Flowers.
I feel sorry for Gennifer. She is past her prime, and Bill will be bopping 20 year olds until his end. With Hillary flitting all over the world, can anyone doubt that there are young groupies always handy? The fact that the Bush family is so tight with this low life is telling. I´d be afraid to let him use my toilet.
Jennifer and Monica. Both seem to have the same story. Both seem to have believed that Bill was going to do something about his marriage. Bill made both believe that they had a future together. Looks like Flowers can´t get over him and we know poor Monica has never married and also believes that she and Bill could have had a real future for always if he would just divorce Hillary. It´s been almost 20 years for Monica and 40 for Flowers. Give it up, ladies, and move on. Bill certainly has.
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The Advocate, 9/19/2013 10:17:20 AM (No. 9527400)
Headline has changed.EXCLUSIVE: Two decades after her affair with Bill Clinton, Gennifer Flowers reveals they´d be together now if it wasn´t for Chelsea and how former president confided in her that Hillary was bisexual" Mail headline adds "Hilary is bisexual" and then explores Huma Abedin " marriage" - Hilary´s Muslim Brotherhood terrorist lover?
If Hilary comes out prior to announcing her presidential bid, then Bill can excuse his lousy behavior by saying he was really just a loyal husband who kept her true identity secret from a world that would never understand. Sigh.
He could even say he didn´t want to deny the world of her vast goodness, intellect and brilliance. See what a giver he is? Who could blame him if he cheated or raped a little?
Reply #19 Just change "Jennifer and Monica" to "The Left and the MSM" and you would still be accurate. Bill Clinton snowed them all.
There are some rarely mentioned hard truths about Bill Clinton. His policies were responsible for 911 by preventing inter-agency cooperation among other reasons. He was responsible for Ft. Hood and the Navy Yard with his ban on carrying side arms on military bases making bases more vulnerable than your typical McDonalds where at least someone might be there that has a license to carry. He was responsible for killing 80 at Waco with chemical gas.(hello Assad Clinton?)
And these women are still enamored with this guy?!?
"I don´t think Bill is a role model for anyone"..."My advice to Hillary would be to divorce that chump." Gennifer Flowers Former News Reporter KARK-TV Little Rock, Arkansas
In the words of the former Clinton adviser and renowned political philosopher from Iberville Parish, Louisiana, Corporal Queball..."Drag a $100.00 bill through a trailer park, you never know what you´ll find."
So the "L" word rears its head once again. Bill told Dick Morris the same thing. I can see Huma squirming. It is said that Hillary was a lesbian activist in college. Oh the skeletons... Run Hillary, run.
my word! who would want this jerk...he must have to see a dr. every week to make sure he hasn´t contacted STD... I truly don´t see why women find this guy worth the romp in the sack..he is down right ugly
The corollary to #2´s Perot question is the one I have asked for well over a decade:
If Hillary couldn´t keep tabs on a household of 3 persons why should she be entrusted with office?
As it turned out, her stints as senator and secretary of state were even more disastrous than the most pessimistic estimates. She is literally qualified to do nothing but still manages to produce one trainwreck after another.
The real point la Flowers is making is that Hillary the Bisexual is involved with Mrs. Wiener who is an active member of the Muslim brotherhood. Now does that cast more light on the subject the Benghazi coverup? Obama´s Chicago relationship to the brotherhood and Hillary under the influence of an active agent. STAND DOWN!
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