The National Enquirer has released their interview with a fixer who claims they worked for the Clintons from 1991 until 2008 to bury stories in the press.
The individual, whose identity is not revealed, details 12 of their fixes in their story, most of which involve Bill’s alleged relationships with women.
He claims he purchased photos of Bill on a Hollywood lot with Night Court actress Markie Post, paid two women named ‘Doreen’ and ‘Julianne’ shortly after Bill was inaugurated and resolved ‘rumors inside the White House’ of an alleged affair between Bill and Entertainment Tonight host Mary Hart.
The fixer also claims Hillary had him scrub Vice Foster’s office and remove Whitewater documents, just two hours after the White House employee’s lifeless body was found in a park outside Washington DC.
‘I am coming forward now because of the endless attention the alleged indiscretions of Donald Trump have received,’ said the fixer.
‘Nothing I have heard comes close to the sexual and moral corruption of the Clintons – many of which have yet to be revealed.’
‘I was informed that these stories would involve rumors of Bill Clinton‘s many sexual dalliances and an alleged ongoing affair of Hillary Clinton with a male member of her law firm, Vince Foster, as well as a female mover-and-shaker in Hollywood,’ the fixer said of their first meeting about the possible new job.
‘For a retainer of $4,000 a month – paid by a third party, not the campaign – I was told to keep these stories hush-hush in one of two ways: by trading access to the Clintons for “positive” interviews, or by paying the reporters.’
He then goes on to detail his hardest fix, which involved the president’s brother Roger.
‘Presidential brother Roger Clinton was marrying his eight-months-pregnant bride Molly. There was a bachelor party,’ said the fixer.
‘Recordings were made. Recordings involving Bill Clinton.’
Those recordings were eventually obtained by the National Enquirer according to the fixer, and in exchange for not releasing them the tabloid was given exclusive access to Roger’s wedding.
‘Before the publication and its then-editor could publish a transcript, I swooped in and negotiated for the White House to give this paper exclusive access to the ceremony itself,’ said the fixer.
‘Not even The Washington Post or The New York Times had that.;’