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Impeachment Case Closed - The Affair Goes On

by TonyBerkman (editor), Costa Rica, June 27, 2013

Credit: Nate D. Sanders Auctions
Items Formerly Owned by Presidential Intern Monica Lewinsky

Items owned by Monica Lewinsky the gal come lately that became famous for her sexual meanderings with President Bill Clinton, are in the process of being auctioned offline.

The 32 piece collection includes a black negligee worn by the former White House intern, a letter signed by Bill Clinton, and 3 boxes of presidential M&Ms are currrently up for grab at Nate D. Sanders Auctions.

The items were submitted by Andy Bleiler, a former lover of Monica’s during the investigation by Kenneth Starr's legal team durin one of the hottest presidential scandals of the 20th century - Monica's cigar smoking affair with the president.

The auction is expected to raise from between $25,000-$50,000 by the time it ends on Thursday. The current bid is $7,853 with just over 18 hours to go.

Wow!! How's that for innovative? Evidence turned into cash?

Check out the auction and photos of all the items at http://natedsanders.com



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2 comments on Impeachment Case Closed - The Affair Goes On

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By JerseyLil on June 27, 2013 at 01:24 pm

Just cannot fathom who’d actually pay money for this junk…oh wait, I meant to say what a fabulous 32-piece collection LOL! The funniest thing is that Monica’s former lover (not Bill) submitted the collection. Ah, a lover scorned perhaps! He even adds in Monica’s black negligee…indeed a lover scorned. Crazy about how much money this will raise and I wonder who gets the proceeds. Ought to be donated to a charity.

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By TonyBerkman on June 27, 2013 at 04:59 pm

yeah especially when you look at the photos of the stuff .... it looks like it belongs in a junkyard .. at least the clothes do

can you believe she kept the stuff and now wants to profit from it? Yes proceeds should be donated to a charity to make up for the nonsense she put this country through ... well her and our President.

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