Well, these Dems just keeps exposing themselves in a long way!
Recently, former President Bill Clinton was spotted in the Hamptons spending time with two prominent sugar billionaires, Fox News reported.
For the record, the former President and Pepe Fanjul were friends of convicted sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein and appeared in the late financier’s “black book” of wealthy and influential contacts which makes the story a lot more interesting.
The Fanjul brothers own a sugar and real estate empire in Florida that is estimated to be worth over $8 billion. Alfonso Fanjul, 84, is a longtime Democratic donor, while his brother Pepe, 77, donated to former President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.
Why would you spend time with them? I mean its a comeback, maybe? Lol
Meanwhile, the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal just gets a lot spicier. Earlier this year, Lewinsky is fully in charge of her story, thanks to a reputation rehab that began with a Vanity Fair essay in 2014 and worked its way to the pinnacle of modern-day storytelling: a 10-part, star-studded miniseries on prestige TV. “Impeachment: American Crime Story,” which premieres this week on FX, is a production of Ryan Murphy, the creator of “Glee” and “American Horror Story,” who also retold the O.J. Simpson trial for an audience with a fresh perspective. This new series recalibrates an old political scandal for modern sensibilities, starting with the fact that it has Lewinsky’s input and her blessing. (“All that matters to me is what she thinks,” Beanie Feldstein, the actress who plays Lewinsky
Clinton’s denial, contradicted by phone recordings Linda Tripp secretly made of her conversations with Lewinsky, helped lead to the president being impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives, in December of 1998. The Senate acquitted Clinton in 1999, which meant he wasn’t removed from office.
Maybe getting back to his old ways makes him feel better. lol