Gennifer Flowers came out today to remind everyone of her legacy in the pantheon of political scandals. She told the television show "Extra" that if Vicki Iseman "has nothing to hide, I think she should come forward."
Flowers was the other woman sixteen years ago during Bill Clinton's run for the White House. Back then Hillary Clinton - like Cindy McCain today - was the wife pointing out the "smear campaign." The one big difference between the characters today and in 1992, besides their party affiliations, is that the other woman has denied the affair. Gennifer Flowers held a press conference and produced audio evidence of sexual relations. Vicki Iseman appears to be hiding in an undisclosed location.
Below are the remarks Flowers made to "Extra" about the McCain-Iseman scandal.
When asked about her opinion regarding the recent reports of McCain's rumored affair, she responds, "I'm not going to make judgment on John McCain or the lady...Yet...If she has nothing to hide, I think she should come forward and clear it up." Flowers does offer advice to the other "other" woman. "Surround herself with excellent advisors before she makes any statements...If she has nothing to hide, I think she should come forward and clear it up," Flowers suggests.