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WikiLeaks: Clinton aides scramble to address alleged mistress nicknamed 'Energizer Bunny'

Cal Thomas reacts to NY Times piece on Trump and women, questions why media haven't reported on accusations about Bill and Hillary Clinton from Sally Miller's new book

 

Hillary and Bill Clinton’s top aides scrambled in 2014 to respond to a new book detailing Bill Clinton’s relationship with a New York suburban socialite nicknamed “The Energizer Bunny”.

According to leaked emails released Saturday by Wikileaks, the Clintons’ inner circle was roiled by the forthcoming release of the book “The First Family In Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal The Hidden Lives Of Presidents” by Ronald Kessler. The book alleged that Bill Clinton had a “blonde, buxom mistress” named Julie McMahon, whom the Secret Service reportedly nicknamed “The Energizer Bunny.”

McMahon was a neighbor of the Clintons in their adopted town of Chappaqua in New York’s exclusive Westchester County.

Hillary’s close confidant Cheryl Mills sent a Daily Mail article about the book to Hillary campaign chair and former Bill chief of staff John Podesta.

“Well, they sure managed to get every name into one story. I guess you got to give them credit for that,” Podesta joked back, carbon-copying top Bill aide Tina Fluornoy.

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