Bill Clinton tried to seduce Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and was forced to take an AIDS test — while wife Hillary worried over seductive Sharon Stone!
Those are all shocking new charges in the blockbuster new tell-all titled “Bill & Hillary: So This Is That Thing Called Love.”
The ENQUIRER has landed a sneak peek at the troubling claims made by authors Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince — including how Hillary bonded with Jackie even as Bill was out to seduce JFK’s widow!
As revealed in the book…
One night on Martha’s Vineyard, Hillary had a candid talk with a former First Lady, Jackie Kennedy Onassis.
“Bill is a charismatic politician, but also deeply flawed. He has such charm you can always forgive him.”
“I know of such men,” Jackie said, no doubt recalling her own years with another charismatic president.
“You had Marilyn Monroe to compete with. I have a lesser light — Sharon Stone. Bill was hopelessly gone when she crossed her legs in ‘Basic Instinct.'”
Jackie would get a very personal look at Bill’s horndog ways, too — as the authors reveal that she had to fend off Hillary’s husband!
“We almost indulged in a wrestling match,” revealed the book, quoting Jackie O’s shocked admission to former Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham.
“I mean, I was flattered that I turned him on so much at my age, but Bill was just like Jack [Kennedy] in the sense that neither of them wanted to take ‘no’ for an answer!”
The book added that Hillary was worried about Bill’s preference for “unprotected sex” — with the Presidential candidate once demanding the Prez take an AIDS test that turned out negative.
The authors suggest that Hillary wasn’t too worried about her husband infecting her, though.
The book added that Hillary graduated from Wellesley College in 1969, when it was known for its “coven of lesbians.”
There’s also this revealing quote unearthed from Hillary’s past: “Women can dream harder than any man—in fact, being what they are, I don’t understand why women don’t turn lesbian!”