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Bill Clinton’s ex-mistress claims Hillary Clinton is bisexual

On Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

Hillary Clinton Receives Honorary Degree At St Andrews UniversityGennifer Flowers made a splash back in 1992 when she revealed that she had a 12-year affair with former President Bill Clinton during his first presidential campaign. Although Clinton claims he only had a onetime sexual encounter with Flowers, she still maintains years later that her and the former president had something real and lasting. She has also now revealed something else. As dailycaller.com reported on September 19, Flowers claims Bill told her that Hillary Clinton was bisexual.

Why is Flowers making these claims so many years later? Perhaps she never got over her fling with Bill Clinton as she stated they still have some unresolved issues, but in any event, she is not seeking fame. In an interview with the Daily Mail originally published on September 18 and updated on September 19, she revealed what Bill told her about Hillary after stating that they would still be together if it wasn’t for the birth of Chelsea Clinton.

The question of Hillary Clinton’s sexuality arose when Flowers was asked about rumors that Hillary was having an affair with long time aide Huma Abedin, the wife of former New York Mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner.

“I don’t know Huma or the Weiners. I just know what Bill told me and that was that he was aware that Hillary was bisexual and he didn’t care. He should know. He said Hillary had eaten more [expletive] than he had.”

The only significance of Flowers’ revelation, if true, is that if Hillary Clinton does run for president and wins, she will not only be the first woman president, she would also be the first bisexual president. Flowers claims she would be supportive of Hillary despite any lingering feelings she has for her husband.

“The support I would give Hillary is as a woman. I’m one of those women who in so many aspects of my professional and personal life I’ve been out there making strides from women and allowing them to go down roads in which they were not welcome. I would love to see a woman president.”

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