By Daniel Halper. Gary J. Network host Eleanor Mondale. Mondale, who was romantically linked to Arnold Schwarzenegger and Eagles drummer Don Henley, died in of brain cancer at age Byrne, who testified during the Lewinsky scandal, retells how he tried in vain to stop the Lewinsky affair, getting the young intern transferred to the East Wing to work for Hillary Clinton. Byrne, who was a uniformed officer, says the president personally directed officers to provide Lewinsky access to the White House for a booty call around the beginning of The president even provided Lewinsky with a top-secret phone number to reach him directly in the Oval Office.
Eleanor Mondale, the daughter of former vice president Walter Mondale who died of brain cancer last week, is rumoured to have kept a secret diary about her alleged affair with Bill Clinton. The diary is said to describe every intimate detail of the relationship, according to the National Enquirer. Now Hillary Clinton is reportedly terrified that its release could seriously derail her career. A source tells the Enquirer: 'Just as Hillary has managed to put Bill in the background and make a mark as secretary of state, his shenanigans may soon surfrace again. Mrs Clinton has been bolstered by recent polls showing she's more popular with voters than President Obama. Some analysts believe she may be considering challenging him for the White House. The Enquirer source claimed: 'If she's forced to answer questions about her husband's wild sex life while she's campaigning, it will be a devastating distraction.
The latest intersection of Washington politics and Hollywood culture is an online poll by Playboy magazine asking net surfers to choose "Washington's sexiest power broker" from among nine women well known inside and outside the Beltway. Mary Landrieu; California Republican Rep. It's an odd list.
Monica Lewinsky was in the nation's spotlight when it was revealed she had an affair with former President Bill Clinton, and a new book claims she was livid when she found she wasn't the only one. In Crisis of Character , a new book written by Gary J Byrne, the Secret Service officer that served as "the last barrier before anyone saw Bill Clinton " when he was in office, wrote that not only were there other women making personal appointments with the president, but the star of the infamous sex scandal was furious upon finding out he was splitting his time. The agent recalled a colleague telling him that one night, Lewinsky arrived at the White House gate in hopes of meeting the president. She said she was meeting with the president's personal security, but Byrne reported that the officers at the gate would understand who she had really come to see.