Now that Mimi Alford, then Mimi Beardsley, has retired from her “church” administrating she has written a memoir to further delight us with the foibles of President John F. Kennedy, back in the good old days when the press decided it cool for the President of the United States to be a very naughty boy. National Security be damned. Particularly repugnant is Mimi’s recollection of JFK taking her to “Jackie’s Room” to have fun. At some point in the White House swimming pool, he told her to “take care” of his friend, who she says is Dave Powers. She did and JFK watched. Powers served as Special Assistant to John Kennedy, authored a book about him, curated the JFK Library and Museum and died in 1998.
According to Alford, having sex with JFK took her “virginity.” It went on for 18-months. She was powerless and was forced to “inhale a sex drug,” identified as “amyl nitrate,” or “poppers.” At one time she thought she was pregnant with his child.
Worse yet, the affair allegedly began in 1962 and lasted until his assassination. He went to her after he and Mrs. Kennedy lost their infant baby boy, Patrick.
Alford said she saw President Kennedy for the final time at The Carlyle hotel in Manhattan on November 15, 1963, just a week before his assassination in Dallas.
At this point she was due to be married to her college sweetheart, Tony Fahnestock.
‘He took me in his arms for a long embrace and said, “I wish you were coming with me to Texas.” And then he added, “I’ll call you when I get back.” I was overcome with sudden sadness.
“Remember, Mr President, I’m getting married.”
‘”I know that,” he said, and shrugged. ‘But I’ll call you anyway.'”
Engaged and still meeting the POTUS in a hotel. Sweet. Sweeter, maybe, to write a lurid tale about a president, with a daughter and grandchildren still around, and make a pile of money to supplement the “church” retirement.
He [JFK] was always more comfortable in the company of journalists. As a candidate, he would drink late into the night with reporters; as president, he dined with Washington’s journalistic elite – the Alsops, the Grahams and the Bradlees. He rarely turned down requests for interviews. While it is almost inconceivable that journalists were unaware of his womanising, Kennedy had built up enough goodwill among editors to ensure it was discreetly overlooked. When national newspapers were sent photographs allegedly showing Kennedy leaving the apartment building of one of his mistresses, for instance, the story was buried. Source: Guardian
I am not a fan of Jackie Kennedy but I admired her personal strength, her love for and devotion to her family. She chose the Kennedy family to marry into, so what can you say. I am not a fan of JFK – a spoiled trust-fund kid/man/president who served most honorably in the U.S. Navy, and after never held a job other than public “service,” but these dilatory tell-alls just seem inappropriate. Read the entire story at The Daily Mail, and thanks to Fox Nation.