Then-First Lady Hillary Clinton talks with Lisa Caputo, her press secretary, during House testimony on September 28, 1993. (File/UPI Photo/Paul Alers) | License Photo
Infamous Clinton mistress Gennifer Flowers is back to promote her new sex advice column, and she's bringing back rumors about Hillary Clinton's sexuality.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, Flowers said "it would be nice to sit down and talk" with former President Bill Clinton about their "unresolved issues."
"He was the love of my life and I was the love of his life and you don’t get over those things," she said.
The former Little Rock, Arkansas news reporter and ex-Penthouse model said she and Clinton would still be together today if it hadn't been for the birth of daughter Chelsea while Clinton was governor.
"I was the Madonna of my day -- in Little Rock," Flowers said. "For a long time he was able to have it all. Then when they had Chelsea and he became Governor the stakes became higher."
Flowers went public with her claims of a 12-year affair with Clinton during his 1992 presidential campaign. She went on to earn millions for the story.
The Clintons denied her claims, though six years later, during Paula Jones's harassment lawsuit against him, Bill Clinton admitted to having sexual relations with Flowers "one time" in 1977.
The Mail asked Flowers what she thought of recent rumors that Hillary Clinton was having an affair with longtime aide Huma Abedin -- rumors prompted when Abedin stood by husband Anthony Weiner amid a new sexting scandal that doomed his campaign for New York City mayor.
Flowers repeated the claim she'd made before, that Bill Clinton had told her Hillary had gotten "more pussy" than him.
"I don’t know Huma or the Weiners," Flowers said. "I just know what Bill told me and that was that he was aware that Hillary was bisexual and he didn’t care. He should know."
Nonetheless, Flowers seemed to endorse Clinton for a 2016 presidential run. "I would love to see a woman president. And she seems to be the only one that’s getting close to it."