Democrats can’t outrun their history of sex scandals.

Their party has a sorry track record when it comes to mistreating women.

Now a new revelation exposed how one President was caught in his wife’s bed with a teenage intern.

Mimi Alfred was a 19-year-old intern working in the White House when John F. Kennedy was President.

She revealed in her 2012 book ‘Once a Secret’ that President Kennedy had seduced her in the same bedroom he shared with his wife Jackie.

People Magazine reports:

“Mimi Alford (née Beardsley) was all of 19 when she began working in the White House press office in 1962, and almost immediately caught the eye of President John F. Kennedy. While last year’s Jackie movie shed new light on how the first lady created the myth of Camelot after JFK’s assassination, much curiosity remains about their marriage and what Jackie knew.

As Alford details in her 2012 book, Once Upon a Secret, she was stunned when she received a call from Dave Powers, a close Kennedy aide known unofficially as the First Friend, who invited her for a swim in the White House pool. (It didn’t matter that she didn’t have a swim suit, there were plenty available to choose from…

… A short time later Kennedy offered her a private tour of the residence, and it was when they were alone in the bedroom he shared with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy that he made his move.

“This is a very private room,” Alford writes that he told her after slipping a hand on her shoulder.

“The next thing I knew he was standing in front of me, his face inches away,” she writes. “He placed both hands on my shoulders and guided me toward the edge of the bed.”

A short time later, Alford lost her virginity to the world-renowned leader, and their trysts continued for more than a year.”

Kennedy was just one Democrat President who had difficulty staying faithful to his wife.

Bill Clinton was accused of multiple affairs and acts of sexual harassment, assault, and rape.

He was even impeached for lying under oath about his affair with Monica Lewinsky.

Democrat President’s past treatment of women has come under new scrutiny since the left-wing Washington Post launched a political hit job against Alabama senate candidate Judge Roy Moore.

They published a story based on he-said-she-said allegations that Moore was involved in a case of sexual misconduct with a young girl when she was 32.

This attack piece was published just one month before the special election, and Moore and his supporters smell a rat.

Democrats wish to gloss over proven misconduct by their past Presidents to wield unsubstantiated allegations as a club to defeat Judge Moore in the senate race.

Will they succeed?

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