JFK's Infidelity On Center Stage AGAIN After RAUNCHY Details Emerge In Columnist's NEW Book

By Alan Hume | Sunday, 16 June 2024 01:45 AM
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In a shocking revelation, it has been reported that former President John F. Kennedy allegedly engaged in an 18-month affair with a 19-year-old White House intern, beginning with an encounter in his wife's bed.

This startling claim is part of a new book by DailyMail.com columnist Maureen Callahan, titled 'Ask Not: The Kennedys and the Women They Destroyed.' The book, which is being published exclusively by the Daily Mail, delves into the scandalous private life of the late President.

According to Callahan, in 1962, JFK's trusted aide Dave Powers invited the intern, Mimi Beardsley, to one of the President's notorious 'pool parties.' These gatherings, involving young female staffers, were a frequent occurrence at the White House. Just four days into her internship, Beardsley was invited to an informal gathering at Kennedy's family residence.

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Callahan's book details how JFK allegedly 'got [Beardsley] drunk' on daiquiris before leading her on a private tour of his home. The tour ended in his wife Jackie's bedroom, where he reportedly took her virginity. Beardsley herself has previously written about her experiences in a 2011 book, where she vividly recalls the encounter.

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"The next thing I knew he was standing in front of me, his face inches away. He placed both hands on my shoulders and guided me toward the edge of the bed. Slowly, he unbuttoned the top of my shirtdress and touched my breasts. Then he started to pull off my underwear," Beardsley wrote. She added, "I'd always imagined that my first time would be with the man I loved on my wedding night. Could I have done anything to resist President Kennedy? I doubt it."

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Despite the controversial nature of their relationship, Beardsley, who was 26 years younger than JFK, has stated that she does not feel guilty about the affair. "I wasn't invading the Kennedys' marriage; I was merely occupying the President's time when his wife was away. If he wasn't troubled, why should I be?" she said.

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Callahan's book also suggests that JFK's infidelity was not limited to Beardsley. The author claims that Jackie Kennedy suspected her husband of having an affair with her own sister, Lee Radziwill. This adds another layer to the already complex narrative surrounding JFK's personal life, painting a picture of a man whose public image was starkly different from his private actions.

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