Former mistress and current sex advice columnist Gennifer Flowers recently sat down for an interview during which she revealed many insights into the Clinton clan. In addition to recounting her affair with a pre-presidential Bill Clinton, she candidly offered knowledge of Hillary’s sexuality.
Though rumors have long swirled regarding the 2016 presidential hopeful’s homosexuality, Flowers said her former lover confirmed those suspicions.
Saying she “never considered theirs a traditional marriage,” Flowers explained that Bill Clinton offered a characteristically unrefined critique of his wife’s extramarital exploits.
“He said Hillary had eaten more p***y than he had,” she recalled.
According to Flowers, rumors of a romantic relationship between Hillary and Huma Abedin was not surprising. Married to disgraced politician Anthony Weiner, Abedin also stood by her husband throughout a prolonged sex scandal.
Flowers said she could offer only speculation into that issue, though, and based her comments only on direct conversations with Bill Clinton.
“I don’t know Huma or the Weiners,” she said. “I just know what Bill told me and that was that he was aware that Hillary was bisexual and he didn’t care.”
Flowers said she applauds Hillary for standing by her man despite his public infidelity, though she concluded that her faithfulness was due in large part to her own political aspirations.
“Absolutely that was her reason for sticking by him,” she added, “and he’s going to stick by her because he owes her that.”
Recalling her own relationship with the former president, Flowers said she feels the two would have eventually ended up together had it not been for the arrival of the Clintons’ only child.
He was “able to have it all” prior to 1980, she said, noting that “when they had Chelsea and he became governor, the stakes became higher.”
Hillary’s political supporters will surely argue that, even if true, the secretive nature of illicit sexual activity has no bearing on how an individual can govern. Considering the implosion caused during the last half of Bill Clinton’s second term due to the Monica Lewinsky scandal, however, one can certainly make the argument that a president is more effective without the additional baggage.