Perhaps no one knows more about Bill Clinton's infidelities than the Arkansas state troopers who were assigned to guard and ferry him around from 1979 to 1993 — and who said he carried on affairs, numerous one-night stands and clandestine sexual encounters during that time!
Troopers Larry Patterson and Roger Perry said their "official" duties included "facilitating Clinton's cheating on his wife," a source said, and "they were instructed by Clinton on a regular basis to approach women and solicit their telephone numbers."
Patterson so despised Bill that he released an audiobook called More Than Sex, in which he said the Clintons have an "open marriage," and that Bill's cadre of state troopers were little more than "pimps" for Clinton's sexcapades.
The pair also ferried Bill to illicit hookups and watched out for him during sexual encounters, they said, and also lent him state cars "so he could slip away and visit women unnoticed."
They also said they helped Bill cover up his activities by staying apprised of his wife Hillary's whereabouts — "and lying to Hillary about her husband's whereabouts."
They added that although they had the goods on him, Bill was thankless. "We lied for him and helped him cheat on his wife, and he treated us like dogs," Patterson said.
Patterson and Perry also said that during the last five years of Bill's governorship — 1987 to 1992 — he was involved with a group of a half dozen women in Little Rock — "mistresses or girlfriends" — some of whom were married and had children.
They included one of his staffers, a local attorney he appointed to a judgeship, the wife of a prominent judge, a local reporter and a sales clerk who serviced Bill while her car sat in the empty parking lot of his daughter Chelsea's school!
And they claimed horny Bill would leave the governor's mansion for an early morning jog — but when they picked him up on some mornings "there wouldn't be a drop of sweat on him," even on a hot July day.
"I'd tell him there must be something wrong with his sweat glands because he didn't have a drop of sweat on him," Patterson said. "He'd say, 'I can't fool you guys, can I?'"