Remember Gennifer Flowers? The former Arkansas state employee, cabaret singer, and TV reporter who claimed she and Bill Clinton had an affair for 12 years and had audio tapes to prove it? Flowers is now living in Las Vegas, where she describes herself as a "charismatic actress, comedienne and singer." You may have heard she was flabbergasted recently to find a voicemail message from the former President urging her to vote for his wife. It was one of those mass call things.
KA-CHING! Flowers now plans to exploit the situation one more time.
PR rep Bruce Merrin says Flowers is looking to SELL the original taped phone conversations between her and Clinton to a collector. "The Clinton/Flowers tapes are a national treasure in American history featuring a sitting U.S. President having an intimate conversation with his mistress," says Merrin. Except the affair happened before he was President, though he may have been sitting. But a NATIONAL TREASURE?
But wait! There's more! Merrin says Flowers is mulling an offer to publish a second book--her first, "Passion and Betrayal," came out in 1995. Merrin says the new book "will contain explosive story additions to the Clinton affair and will contain a special item which must remain a protected secret until the book is published." (Emphasis mine.) Anyone want to suggest what this "special item" might be?
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