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February 6th, 2012
04:29 PM ET

Grandmother: I was JFK's teen mistress

Former White House intern Mimi Alford claims she was JFK's mistress for 18 months in the 1960s. CNN's Mary Snow reports.

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  1. clemen

    Why would a woman want to make herself look cheap after all these years. You and who knows how many other women have known JFK.

    February 6, 2012 at 9:19 pm |
  2. kandee

    Maybe 2 help show how JFK really was and to take him down off that pedastal a knotch or 2 –Sleeping in Jacki O's Bed..with him....shows such 'disrespect for Jackie' on his part. I found our not long ago he had long term affair with Marilyn Monroe....so maybe she's trying 2 show that this was the norm for him.....lots of Women....lots of times...

    I'm glad Jackie O had happy life and marriage after his death with O'nassis (sp) She really deserved it after having put up with that C--

    February 7, 2012 at 4:07 pm |
  3. rosie

    Why is this news and why is anyone paying attention to this person? JFK was a dog, we already knew that. But Caroline Kennedy has lost all her immediate family and many more of the rest of the Kennedys. This is just more unimportant garbage to further sully her memory of her father. He was her father and she loved him. How would this Mimi person feel if someone aired all of her father's dirty laundry?
    And just think of what her grandchildren think about this. JFK might have been a dog, but this woman is despicable – just looking for money. Why else would you make yourself look like trash?

    Kandee: You must be very young or been living in a cave. Everyone knew about Marilyn Monroe and many others. This is not news.

    February 8, 2012 at 6:05 pm |
  4. Casey

    If the timelines match up correctly, the Kennedy's had just lost their infant son while this affair was going on.

    February 9, 2012 at 8:28 pm |

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