Gennifer Flowers Accepted Donald Trump’s Sorta-Invite To The 1st Presidential Debate

September 25, 2016 / Posted by:

Deranged off-brand kreemsicle and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was obviously enraged by opponent Hillary Clinton inviting his arch-nemesis, billionaire Mark Cuban, to tomorrow night’s presidential debate. Mark will reportedly be sitting in the front row at Hofstra University. What was Donald’s response to this? He’s sort of invited one of her husband Bill Clinton’s more well-known mistresses, Gennifer Flowers, to sit in the front row as well. She accepted! Presidential Race 2016: Keeping It Classy©!

Unfortunately for Mrs. Clinton, former POTUS Bill is a confirmed extramarital peen-passer. He even admitted cheating on Hillary with the delightfully-named model/actress/tabloid fodder Gennifer Flowers in a 1998 legal deposition. Upon learning of his mirror universe double Mark’s intention to be making faces at him from the front row, Donald turned to our Lady of Flowers (seen above at a premiere in 2008).

By the way, yes, the man who might be the ruler of the free world in November is having a pissing contest over reality television on Twitter.

Nothing perks up a 1990s scandal subject like the possibility of fame rejuvenation! Gennifer, now 66, saw that tweet and, according to Buzzfeed, immediately dug out her favorite power suit. She’s got a debate to attend!

An assistant to Flowers told BuzzFeed News in the past she had declined such invitations, not wanting to be a “sideshow,” but said she would forward the invite to Flowers.

In an email to BuzzFeed News, Judy Stell, her personal assistant then confirmed she would be attending.
“Ms. Flowers has agreed to join Donald at the debate,” she said.

Gennifer confirmed this with a lovely tweet complete with a kiss!

She certainly chose the event with the most potential to be a “sideshow” at which not to be a “sideshow.” CNN is reporting that the Trump camp, including his VP running mate Mike Pence, is denying that Gennifer has been invited and says that she her crispy bangs won’t be there.

“We have not invited her formally, and we do not expect her to be there as a guest of the Trump campaign,” Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union.”

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, Trump’s vice presidential nominee, told “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace that Trump’s suggestion he’d invite Flowers was just “mocking” Clinton’s campaign for distracting from the real issues at stake on Monday night.

One of the many indicators of why Donald shouldn’t be our next president is obvious in his selection of presidential sex scandal subjects with which to taunt his opponent. Anyone with any taste in this matter would have gone with Monica Lewinsky.


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