A quarter century ago, when America was in the throes of a presidential impeachment, an Arkansas woman named Dolly Kyle Browning recounted a 1994 meeting with then-President Bill Clinton during a high school reunion and subsequent contacts from his lieutenants designed to keep her quiet about a years-long sexual affair.
“In the fall of 1994, through the intermediaries of Dorcy Kyle Corbin and Bruce Lindsey, Billy and I reached a ‘deal,'” Browning swore in a March 1998 affidavit that would become evidence in both a civil lawsuit and an impeachment proceeding. “The ‘deal’ was that I agreed not to tell the true story about our relationship if he would not tell any lies about me.
“I agreed not to use, in public, the ‘A words’ which were defined as ‘adultery’ and ‘affair.’ I was allowed to say that we had a thirty-three year relationship that, from time to time, included sex. […]
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