Clinton's Crisis: The Ubiquitous Mr. Fix-It

If you believe Dolly Kyle Browning, who wrote a vanity-press novel about her alleged affair with Bill Clinton, the White House was so eager to keep her quiet that a top aide approached her to cut a deal. In exchange for agreeing not to publicly use the A words (adultery and affair), Browning told Paula Jones' lawyers, the White House promised that Clinton would not tell any untruths about her and she would be permitted to say that she and Clinton had a 33-year relationship that from time to time included sex.

The aide who worked out the deal, Browning says,...

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