Top Hillary Clinton Staffer Reveals Bill’s ‘Secret Lover’ In Email Leak

One of Secretary Hillary Clinton’s top staffers finally revealed Bill’s busty blonde mistress, the notorious “Energizer.” A secret conference call was held to draft a plan to deal with Bill’s “other woman” and it has all been revealed in a shocking revelation from the latest explosive WikiLeaks release.

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Radar Online reported that the Clintons have attempted to hide Bill’s secret lover, Julie Tauber McMahon, for years. The newly-released emails reveal how Clinton’s camp was scrambling to cover up their secrets.

The “Energizer” was a nickname given to the alleged mistress by Bill Clinton’s Secret Service detail. The name was supposedly because of her frequent trysts with the former president.

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Author and former journalist Ronald Kessler published a book in 2014 called The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal The Hidden Lives of Presidents and frequently spoke about the “Energizer.”

“They called her the Energizer — a reference to the famous toy bunny that ‘keeps going and going and going’ in the Energizer battery commercials — and agents were under orders not to stop, approach or question her.”

On June 25, 2014, Hillary’s aide, Cheryl Mills, emailed John Podesta and other campaign officials a link to an article about Bill’s mistress. The subject line read: “Who is the ‘Energiser’ [sic] who has been Clinton’s secret lover?”

Shortly afterwards, Podesta had forwarded the email to his assistant so that he could schedule a call between him, Mills, and Bill’s former chief of staff, Tina Flournoy.


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What exactly was discussed is not known, but Hillary seems unable to escape Bill’s dirty little secret and the energizer.

A previous WikiLeaks data dump proved that months after the staffers had this call, John Podesta brought up the mysterious blonde woman again in a December, 2014, email exchange to Mills.

The subject line read: “Julie.”

In the email, Podesta referred to a series of tabloid stories that were published in the late summer and fall of 2014, revealing the rumors circling about Julie Tauber McMahon and Bill Clinton.

“Probably need to revisit our Whitehaven conversation.”

Whitehaven was the Clinton’s Washington, D.C., mansion.

Were the emails suggesting that Whitehaven might have been one of the couple’s secret love nests?

In 2014, the couple were spotted a few times near the Clinton’s home in Chappaqua, New York.

Back in May, Daily Mail published a story updating people on Bill Clinton’s supposed mistress. It was also reported that McMahon holds a substantial stake in a firm that was aided in getting a grant by the Clinton Foundation.

The former president of the United States’ longtime mistress’s company benefited greatly from the controversial $2 million pledge from the Clinton’s charity.

Julie McMahon is a mother of three children. She part-owns a home insulation business which received the massive donation. Energy Pioneer Solutions is a private, for-profit home insulation firm which is also ran by other Clinton allies.

The Clinton Global Initiative works as a non-profit “matchmaker,” lining up philanthropists and charitable investors with organizations fighting poverty and other global challenges.

Bill Clinton is also said to have personally intervened with the Energy Secretary at the time, Stephen Chu, to help McMahon’s firm land another $812,000 grant.

Republicans accused Bill Clinton of purposely funneling money towards the business interests of a woman who has long been rumored to be his mistress.

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