Whitewater Prosecutors Examine Pillow Talk

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WASHINGTON, D.C.: Leaving no motel room unturned, Whitewater investigators are searching for dirt on President Bill Clinton's past sex life in order to dig up revealing pillow talk about the Whitewater investment scheme. In a series of recent interviews with Arkansas state troopers and 12 to 15 women, including Paula Jones, investigators swerved from their usual hunt for business-related information to unearth details on Clinton's sex acts and any illicit rendezvous with other women, The Washington Post reported. Attorneys working with independent counsel Kenneth Starr argue that the interviews were necessary to establish whether President Clinton had confided details of his business investment to anyone. Maybe next they'll be hunting down people Clinton went to camp with in the fourth grade.