Gennifer Flowers
American actor and model
Gennifer Flowers
Gennifer Flowers is a model and actress who allegedly had a sexual relationship with former U.S. President Bill Clinton. Prior to Bill Clinton's presidency, she also posed nude for Penthouse magazine and was an actress in two films and one TV show. After becoming a celebrity, she acted as herself in two films and guest starred as herself in various TV shows.
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Slut-Shaming And The Presidential Candidates
Huffington Post - 4 months
We are at a pivotal moment in public conversation about the sexual objectification of women. The claim that feminists have been making for decades—that grabbing or kissing someone without consent constitutes sexual assault—is finally understood and acknowledged. This can also be a watershed moment in recognizing the mindset that creates the foundation for assault: slut-shaming. Looking at Hillary Clinton’s past in addition to Donald Trump’s helps us understand how far we have come. Back in the 1990s, Hillary Clinton engaged in slut-shaming: she denigrated the credibility of women who claimed they had been sexually involved with or abused by her husband, Bill Clinton. Hillary Clinton’s supporters should address this piece of her history head-on instead of burying it. Betsey Wright, then a close advisor to the Clintons, told The New York Times earlier this month that discussing this history is “dredging up irrelevant slime from the past.” But acknowledging Clinton’s tactics from ...
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9 Things That Got More Attention Than Mental Health During The Debates
Huffington Post - 4 months
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump sparred on the debate stage three times. A topic that was glaringly missing in the mix? Mental health. Despite the fact that mental health issues are growing and suicide rates are at a 15-year high, the matter was barely mentioned during the discourse ― but there were a few unimportant issues that were highlighted extensively. Below are just a few topics that got more focus than psychological conditions: 1. Rosie O’Donnell Trump has made disparaging comments about the comedian in the past and he had no issue bringing up his distaste for her in the first debate. 2. The Emmys Trump is still bitter about the fact that his reality show “Celebrity Apprentice” did not win the television award and said so during the final debate. 3. Bill Clinton’s infidelity Trump threatened to bring Gennifer Flowers, the woman who Bill Clinton admitted having an affair with more than a decade ago, to a debate. He also ...
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Claire McCaskill: It's 'Ironic' Donald Trump Wants To Make Hillary Clinton's Marriage Part Of Campaign
Huffington Post - 5 months
Donald Trump should leave Hillary Clinton’s personal life out of the race ― both because it’s irrelevant and because his own is worse, Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) said on Sunday. “The American people understand that Hillary Clinton and her marriage is not what’s important in this election,” McCaskill said on “Fox News Sunday.” “And if he really wants to compare his character as it relates to how he has conducted his personal life, over his adult life, with that of Hillary Clinton, even on that score she comes out ahead.” Over the past week, Trump and his surrogates have ramped up attacks on Clinton over her husband, former President Bill Clinton’s, previous infidelity. A favorite method is to praise Trump’s restraint in not talking about the matter. Republicans have warned that going after Hillary over her husband’s affairs could backfire, as McCaskill pointed out. Plus, the thrice-married businessman’s own personal life hasn’t been spotless, nor has his treatment and s ...
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Trump Pleaded The Fifth 97 Times To Avoid Admitting To Adultery
Huffington Post - 5 months
In the summer of 1990, at the height of his bitter divorce from his first wife, Donald Trump was carrying on a very public extramarital affair with a former beauty queen, Marla Maples. As part of the couple’s divorce proceedings, Ivana Trump’s lawyers asked him under oath about his dealings with other women and whether he had been faithful to his wife. Instead of answering, Donald Trump invoked his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination. Over the course of five depositions that summer, he was asked approximately 100 questions related to marital infidelity. He pleaded the Fifth on 97 of them. “Donald preaches about his devotion to the Second Amendment, but it was the Fifth Amendment that was his favorite when he was deposed in the divorce with Ivana,” wrote biographer Wayne Barrett in his 1992 book, Trump: The Greatest Show on Earth. A New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement report later verified Barrett’s reporting on those depositions, which are still sealed. ...
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Trump campaign talking points: Bring up Monica
CNN - 5 months
Donald Trump's campaign is instructing its supporters to use figures like Monica Lewinsky and Gennifer Flowers to beat back concerns about how Trump described a former winner of "Miss Universe," according to a copy of Wednesday campaign talking points obtained by CNN.
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Here's The Real Reason Trump Wanted Gennifer Flowers At The Debate
Huffington Post - 5 months
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Team Trump: We didn't invite Gennifer Flowers
CNN - 5 months
Donald Trump's campaign manager and running mate said Sunday the GOP candidate doesn't want Gennifer Flowers -- who had an affair with Bill Clinton in the 1970s -- at Monday night's presidential debate.
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Team Trump: No Gennifer Flowers at debate
CNN - 5 months
Donald Trump's campaign manager and running mate said Sunday the GOP candidate doesn't want Gennifer Flowers -- who had an affair with Bill Clinton in the 1970s -- at Monday night's presidential debate.
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Trump camp clarifies its debate invite position on Gennifer Flowers
CBS News - 5 months
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Gennifer Flowers
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2016
    Age 66
    In September 2016, Donald Trump stated on Twitter that he might invite Flowers to the first presidential debate of the 2016 election.
    More Details Hide Details This was done after Mark Cuban, with whom he had a feud, had boasted to have a seat in the first row of the debate to "watch Hillary Clinton overwhelm Trump". Flowers later tweeted that she accepted the invitation, after which the Trump campaign denied she had been offically invited to the debate event.
  • 2012
    Age 62
    In November 2012, Flowers stated that Clinton contacted her as recently as 2005.
    More Details Hide Details During an interview with Susan Roesgen, Flowers told her that, during her prior sojourn in New Orleans, President Clinton, while visiting the city, telephoned Flowers and asked for a meeting, which Flowers declined.
  • FIFTIES
  • 2008
    Age 58
    In 2008, she put what she said were the answering machine tapes of her conversations with Clinton up for auction.
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  • 2007
    Age 57
    As of 2007, she lived in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she occasionally writes a column.
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  • 2004
    Age 54
    Until Hurricane Katrina, she ran a cabaret called the Kelsto Club in a former bordello in New Orleans' French Quarter. Flowers made her New York theatre debut in 2004, briefly as a replacement in the Off-Broadway hit Boobs!
    More Details Hide Details The Musical.
  • FORTIES
  • 1999
    Age 49
    Flowers sued Stephanopoulos, Carville and others in 1999 for defamation (later amending the suit in 2000 to include Hillary Clinton as a defendant), claiming that they orchestrated a campaign to discredit her.
    More Details Hide Details Judicial Watch represented her in her defamation lawsuit against Hillary's former aides, Stephanopoulos and Carville. In her case, Flowers argued that the defendants ignored obvious warning signs that the television news reports did not conclusively determine that someone had interfered with the tapes. Summary judgment dismissing the case was given by a US district court in 2004. The dismissal was affirmed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit in 2006. Gennifer Flowers published her memoir Gennifer Flowers: Passion and Betrayal in 1995. In it, she stated she had experienced a sexual naïveté at the time of her alleged relationship with Clinton. After acting in an Australian film in 1987, she played in another independent Australian film in 1992 and in the same year guest starred in the adult-themed television comedy Dream On. She then played herself in Play It to the Bone and various TV shows.
  • 1998
    Age 48
    In 1998, Flowers admitted that she had made a total net profit of $500,000 by publicizing her alleged affair with Clinton to Penthouse, Star Magazine and other news sources. In his 2004 autobiography My Life, Clinton acknowledged testifying under oath that he had a sexual encounter with Flowers. He stated it was only on one occasion in 1977. (Note that Clinton had married his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, in October 1975.)
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  • 1996
    Age 46
    In December 1996, Flowers talked about her sexual relationship with Clinton on The Richard Bey Show.
    More Details Hide Details The show was canceled the following day. Bey later attributed a direct connection between the two consecutive events. In a deposition in January 1998, while denying Kathleen Willey's sexual accusations against him, Clinton admitted that he had a sexual encounter with Flowers.
  • 1992
    Age 42
    Gennifer Flowers came forward during Bill Clinton's 1992 Presidential election campaign, stating that she had a 12-year relationship with him.
    More Details Hide Details After Clinton denied having a relationship with Flowers on 60 Minutes, she held a press conference in which she played tape recordings she had secretly made of phone calls with Clinton. Clinton subsequently apologized publicly to Mario Cuomo for remarks he made about the then-Governor of New York on the tapes. During the press conference, Flowers was famously asked several questions by "Stuttering John" Melendez of the Howard Stern Show if she was planning to sleep with any other candidates before the election, along with if Clinton used a condom and if there ever was a threesome. She responded by laughing at Stuttering John's prank whereas her advisor wanted to ignore him by trying to answer other questions. News reports at the time speculated that the taped phone conversations between Flowers and Clinton could have been doctored; Flowers had sold the original tapes to Star and they were never lab-tested. Clinton aides James Carville and George Stephanopoulos backed this claim as well. Stephanopoulos later claimed in a 2000 interview with journalist Tim Russert that "Oh, it was absolutely his voice, but they were selectively edited in a way to – to create some – some impression."
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1950
    Age 0
    Born in 1950.
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