It’s a tribute, apparently, to the fact that she’s been such a regular visitor over the years, she’s now part of the family, and also a tongue-in-cheek reference to the drumming pink bunny in the Energizer battery adverts that just keeps going.
The claim that the 67-year-old former president has a ‘blonde, buxom mistress’ who frequently visits the Clintons’ home in Chappaqua, a wealthy suburb near New York, was made earlier this week when details were leaked of a forthcoming book — The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal The Hidden Lives Of Presidents.
They would even meet abroad, it was said, with Miss Mc Mahon conveniently turning up in London or Paris at the same time as Clinton.
Miss Mc Mahon, 54, publicly denied they were having an affair in 2008, but her name resurfaced two years later in Game Change, an account of the 2008 presidential election.
Quite by coincidence, it emerged this week that Mrs Clinton believes the same.
According to Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Lucinda Franks, Mrs Clinton told her in 1999 that her husband was addicted to sex because he was abused ‘in ways you wouldn’t believe’ by his mother, Virginia Kelley.
Mother-of-three Julie Mc Mahon, who lives just minutes from the Clintons, is suspected of being the 'Energizer'; and her friendship with with Clinton has been the subject of media speculation for years And, thanks to the fact that the house in question — the palatial residence of Bill and Hillary Clinton — is protected by a squad of U. Secret Servicemen who are in on the deception, the attractive, busty blonde can time her arrivals and departures to within minutes of those of Mrs Clinton.
The bodyguards claim they don’t know her identity, but say they are under orders neither to stop nor approach her, but to let her in. Every member of a family protected by the Secret Service, responsible for guarding presidents and ex-presidents, is given a codename starting with the same letter.Martin Fielder, an anthropologist at Vienna University, told the Sunday Times: 'Every 16 years the mutation rate doubles.Other researchers found 25 mutations per sperm in a 20-year-old, but at age 40 it is 65 mutations. Professor Lee Smith, a geneticist at Edinburgh University, told the Sunday Times other research found such children have longer telomeres - the caps on the end of chromosomes - which are associated with longer life.Game Change revealed how, within days of moving to their home in Chappaqua in 2001, Clinton could be found at the local upmarket deli, ‘chatting up the stay-at-home mothers who trundled in after yoga, startling his aides that he already knew all the women by name’.People close to Mr and Mrs Clinton say they have led largely separate lives ever since he left office as president.According to Game Change’s authors, investigations by Mrs Clinton’s aides discovered that the rumours about one particular woman were true and ‘that Bill was indeed having an affair — and not a frivolous one-night stand, but a sustained, romantic relationship’.