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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Self-proclaimed 'Clinton fixer' is unmasked on Hannity . . .

Jaw Drop

"The man who detailed his years working as a fixer for Bill and Hillary Clinton in the National Enquirer last week revealed himself on Monday night's episode of Hannity.

"Jeff Rovin, a writer and former editor of Weekly World News, said that he was the man who detailed 12 'fixes' he did for the Clintons, most of which involved Bill's alleged relationships with women.

"During the interview with Sean Hannity however, Rovin downplayed most parts of the story, saying that the Enquirer had been in possession of the records for years.

"Rovin said that he had very little contact with the Clintons and only met Hillary twice, while never accepting any payments for his work. 

"He also said that he has since apologized to one of the woman he worked to take down - Monica Lewinsky. "

Here he is: The Clinton fixer who gave an interview in the National Enquirer last week was revealed as Jeffrey Rovin (above) on Monday night's episode of Hannity

. . . "In his Enquirer story, Rovin (Left) claimed Hillary had him scrub Foster's office and remove Whitewater documents, just two hours after the White House employee's lifeless body was found in a park outside Washington DC.

"'I was informed that these stories would involve rumors of Bill Clinton‘s many sexual dalliances and an alleged ongoing affair of Hillary Clinton with a male member of her law firm, Vince Foster, as well as a female mover-and-shaker in Hollywood,' the fixer said of their first meeting about the possible new job.
Out in the open: Rovin said that Hillary and Vince Foster's affair was an 'open secret' among members of his circle (Clinton and Foster above)
Out in the open: Rovin said that Hillary and Vince Foster's affair was
 an 'open secret' among members of his circle (Clinton and Foster above)

"'For a retainer of $4,000 a month - paid by a third party, not the campaign - I was told to keep these stories hush-hush in one of two ways: by trading access to the Clintons for “positive” interviews, or by paying the reporters.' " . . .

The Enquirer was right on when they broke the John Edwards affair before election time, so that was good work. But then they also broke stories like this:
Weekly World News

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