WASHINGTON – Gennifer Flowers and Paula Jones want to offer Internet viewers the lurid details of the encounters they claim with former President Clinton, before he won the White House — for $1.99 a pop.
The two women, whose names were widely known in the early 1990s as they claimed sexual encounters with Clinton, have created a Web site offering videos of their thoughts on Clinton, his wife Hillary and other matters surrounding their involvement with the man who was Arkansas governor at the time.
On Monday, both walked down a manicured avenue to the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, the driver of a hired limousine taking video with his cellular phone as the two chatted with an interviewer from the syndicated television program "Extra."
Afterward, both stressed their importance in Clinton's presidency, though neither women is mentioned inside Clinton's glass-and-steel library. However, Monica Lewinsky — a White House intern with whom Clinton admitted having an inappropriate relationship — is cited in an alcove dedicated to the "politics of persecution."
"It's a way we can get our story out there in our own words, without someone making their own interpretations or corrections," Jones said.