Top 5 Biggest Presidential Sex Scandals. Presidents involved in sex scandals is what this video is all about. Affairs involving presidents are popular news stories. We made a top 5 for you!
5. George W. Bush
George W. Bush, to many people's surprise, was accused of a sex scandal. Margie Denise Schoedinger, a Texas woman, claimed that Bush had drugged and raped her. Strangely, Schoedinger's lawsuit never got the media coverage it needed, and even stranger; she committed suicide before it even took place – supposedly she shot herself in the face with a shotgun. Either she claimed a lie, or the Bush administration covered up a pretty crazy story…
4. President Roosevelt
His affair with 22 year old Lucy Mercer (who happened to be his secretary), was kept under incredible secrecy, until the time of his death. Roosevelt's wife, Eleanor, found love letters between the two and tried to file for a divorce. However, Roosevelt claimed he would break it off, halting Eleanor from continuing their separation. Eventually, Lucy Mercer was on Roosevelt's death bed in 1945, so no lesson was learned there.
3. Dwight D. Eisenhower
Eisenhower allegedly had an affair with his driver, Kay Summersby, while he was in Europe during the war. Eisenhower then brought Summersby over to America to become his secretary. It was later found out that Eisenhower was planning on divorcing his wife and marrying Summersby, until General George Marshall threatened to suspend him from the army if he didn't end his affair… Some people believe he was still seeing Kay when he became president.
2. John F. Kennedy
The ladies man of all Presidents, John F. Kennedy really had the tabloids running during his time. The 35th President of America was said to have already had handfuls of girlfriends before marrying Jacqueline in 1953. His two biggest claimed affairs were Marlene Dietrich and Marilyn Monroe…
1. Bill Clinton
Bill Clinton, the clear-cut number 1. Monica Lewinsky was a White House intern during the years of 1995 to 1997 — also the time span of their sexual affair. The affair finally became public in 1998, when Clinton was being sued by Paula Jones for sexual harassment while he was the Governor of Arkansas. Lewinsky's name surfaced during the discovery phase of Jones' case, when Jones' lawyers sought to show a pattern of behavior by Clinton that involved sexual relationships with other government employees, including Lewinsky.