Bill Clinton’s Mess: Semen, Towels And Lipstick — Eleanor Mondale, Monica Lewinsky And West Wing Receptionist Buzz

As seen in the above photo from April 3, 1997, Eleanor Mondale arrived for the premiere of The Saint in Los Angeles using crutches. Mondale died from brain cancer as a 51-year-old in 2011, but a new book is resurrecting her name and a whole bunch of controversy about the Clintons. As reported by The Inquisitr, it is the same book that told the world Hillary Clinton allegedly gave Bill Clinton a black eye.

The book is named Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate — and it is still holding strong as a top-selling book even before its official publication date of June 28. Penned by Gary J. Byrne, the book is getting plenty of attention because it offers an insider’s view into what Byrne says went on during the years that Bill was president.

Gary likened Bill’s alleged revolving door of women to President Clinton running a brothel instead of leading the country via the White House.

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According to the New York Post, Monica got pretty upset when she was made to wait to see Bill. Lewinsky had been accustomed to the type of access that gave her a pretty straight line to the president, including a special phone line to reach him when she wanted. Byrne wrote that Clinton gave Monica access that she should not have been cleared to have, just so that President Clinton could have a “booty call” when he wanted.

Well, Byrne wrote about the day in which Monica allegedly was left waiting and wanted to know why. According to Gary, a guard got fed up with Lewinsky’s insistence that she shouldn’t be kept waiting and he spilled the beans that President Clinton was with another woman — allegedly with Mondale.

“You have to wait. He’s with his other piece of a**. Wait till he’s finished.”

That’s when Monica reportedly wondered aloud why Bill would want a woman like Mondale when he could have a body like Lewinsky’s. They are salacious details exposed in the book that get even more juicy when reports of the folks who said they had to clean up after the president following his White House liaisons are exposed. Reports of semen- and lipstick-stained White House towels that contained lipstick that didn’t match Monica’s shade — and wasn’t traced to Mondale — are the controversial stuff the book is made of.

A petty officer named Nel explained the findings.

“Nel explained that he’d been finding — and cleaning — semen- and lipstick-stained towels for weeks. I was shocked. If the stains didn’t rinse out, he’d carefully remove them by hand. He was terrified that if he passed them on to other Navy laundry personnel downstairs he’d not only reveal Bill Clinton’s affairs, he’d embarrass the presidency itself.”

The lipstick was traced to a West Wing receptionist — not to Lewinsky or Mondale. It’s an accusation that seeks to prove how “active” President Clinton allegedly was with women in the White House.

Byrne explained his credentials and reasons for writing the book.

“Over a twenty-nine-year career serving my country in the military and in federal law enforcement, I’ve encountered both heroes and villains. I’ve observed human character at its greatest heights and lowest depths. In any organization, character is defined at the top; it percolates down to the top executives of an organization, to the middle managers, and to the grunts at the front lines. Hillary Clinton is now poised to become the Democratic nominee for president of the United States, but she simply lacks the integrity and temperament to serve in the office. From the bottom of my soul I know this to be true.”

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