The mainstream media’s eyes may be on Donald Trump and the dozen or so women who’ve come forward in recent days to allege he sexually harassed them over the years – despite having no proof.
But the Democratic camp is where the real news is.
And not just about Hillary Clinton and the many, many eruptions of scandals from the WikiLeaks’ document dump. Bill Clinton’s taking his share of hits as well.
The latest was captured on recording.
As Breitbart noted: “Speaking in a series of recorded phone conversations in 1991 with his alleged mistress Gennifer Flowers, Bill Clinton can be heard telling Flowers to deny that he aided her in obtaining a state job.”
Specifically, Clinton told Flowers that “if they ever asked if you’d talked to me about it, you can say no,” Breitbart reported.
The former president’s remarks came in context of discussing what they should say if the media ever asked about their alleged affair, and how Flowers could explain her administrative assistant position at the Arkansas Appeal Tribunal. Clinton also could be heard on the recording suggesting how Flowers might address a complaint that was filed by a woman who applied for the administrative assistant position, but didn’t get it – despite appearing more qualified on paper.
“From December 1990 to December 1991, Flowers famously recorded a series of conversations with Clinton during the period he was Governor of Arkansas and considering a run for the presidency,” Breitbart reported. “On October 1991, Clinton announced his bid for the Oval Office, with rumors of extramarital affairs threatening to derail his campaign.”
Various media outlets have reported on the recordings in past stories.
But as Breitbart noted: “[T]he details may warrant revisiting amid numerous Clinton financial scandals that have since surfaced alleging pay-for-play, including those tied to the Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative.”