Monica Lewinsky , in a never-before-heard audio tape recorded before her affair with former President Bill Clinton made headlines, attempts to seduce him by promising to take her "clothes off," it was reported Wednesday. In the recording, which was made after the one-time White House intern had already hooked up with Clinton numerous times — but before the scandal broke — Lewinsky was incredibly accommodating as she tried to talk the 42nd President into a quickie.
She said they could rendezvous for 15 minutes, 30 minutes, whatever worked for him — and they could arrange it so word wouldn't get out. The racy audio recording was thought to have been destroyed many years ago — but it emerged Wednesday like a ghost from Bubba's past.
It couldn't have been good news for Hillary Clinton , who has long been considered the front-runner for the Democratic nomination if she runs for the presidency in The National Enquirer says it recently obtained a secret copy of the tape. The copy was surreptitiously made by someone hired as a cleaner by people close to Lewinsky, the tabloid reported. The infamous intern made the three-minute, second audio tape in November — months after the last of her nine alleged encounters with Clinton in March The scandal broke in January She addressed the recording to "Handsome," according to an account published by Radar Online.
Lewinsky is heard trying to persuade Clinton to meet with her, seemingly desperate for another go. I hope to see you later and I hope you will follow my script and do what I want," Lewinsky says on tape, according to the unconfirmed report. The intern, whose relationship with Clinton led to his impeachment, ordered her powerful paramour to set up a rendezvous and cover it up with help from his secretary, the National Enquirer maintains.
Lewinsky, now 40, told Clinton to make his secretary, Betty Currie, a co-conspirator. She was working at the Pentagon at the time the recording was made. The trick was to arrange the visit without making a formal record of it. The twenty-something who became a national punch line after her trysts with Clinton were exposed was also reportedly heard on the tape whining that a previous "60 seconds" she spent with the horny prez "was just not enough, even though you did look handsome.
Lewinsky, sounding like a schoolgirl, suggests that she and Clinton catch a flick — as if such a simple date would be possible with the married leader of the free world. The recording showed Lewinsky wasn't going to take no for an answer, though it wasn't clear if the hookup she was seeking actually occurred. Lewinsky played the cassette recording for Linda Tripp — the woman who later leaked word of the affair — and then had it delivered to the Oval Office the next day, according to the National Enquirer. The Clintons thought the tape and other evidence, such as love letters from Lewinsky, had been destroyed.
But the cleaner kept the material private for 15 years. Skip to content. I hope to see you later and I hope you will follow my script and do what I want,' Monica Lewinksy says on a racy tape she recorded for former President Bill Clinton during their affair, according to a report by Radar Online. On Aug. Former U. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's candidacy for president could be harmed by the discovery of an audiotape on which Monica Lewinsky purportedly tries to seduce Clinton's husband, ex-President Bill Clinton, the National Enquirer says.
Shown in an October photo, former President Bill Clinton casts his eyes downward after defending assertions that the Monica Lewinsky scandal had hurt Al Gore's candidacy for the presidency — the way a reported new audiotape of Lewinsky trying to seduce the ex-president could harm Hillary Clinton's presidential chances.
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