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Secret Service: JFK Met Marilyn Monroe at Justice Dept. for Sex

By Jim Meyers   |   Wednesday, 05 Aug 2009 01:14 PM

President John F. Kennedy had secret trysts with Marilyn Monroe in a loft above the office of his brother, Attorney General Robert Kennedy, Ronald Kessler reveals in his new book about the Secret Service.

"In the President's Secret Service: Behind the Scenes With Agents in the Line of Fire and the Presidents They Protect," released Tuesday, features startling disclosures about presidents from JFK to Barack Obama.

Newsmax Chief Washington Correspondent Kessler is the first journalist to penetrate the wall of secrecy that surrounds the U.S. Secret Service, and his book is based on interviews with more than 100 current and former agents.

Agents told Kessler that Kennedy had sex with Monroe at New York hotels and in the loft above Bobby's Kennedy's office at the Justice Department.

"Between the fifth and sixth floors, the loft contains a double bed that is used when the attorney general needs to stay overnight to handle crises," Kessler writes.

"Its proximity to a private elevator made it easy for Kennedy and Monroe to enter from the Justice Department basement without being noticed."

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    Kennedy had "several consorts within the White House," Kessler also found out from Secret Service agents.

    "One was Pamela Turnure, who had been his secretary when he was a senator, then [Jacqueline Kennedy's] press secretary in the White House.

    "Two others, Priscilla Wear and Jill Cowen, were secretaries who were known as Fiddle and Faddle, respectively. Wear already had the nickname Fiddle when she joined the White House staff, so Kennedy aides applied the name Faddle to Cowen."

    Neither did much work, but they would have a threesome with Kennedy, agents disclosed.

    "Fiddle and Faddle were well-endowed and would swim with JFK in the [White House] pool," said former Secret Service agent Chuck Taylor.

    "They wore only white T-shirts that came to their waists."

    Jackie once came within minutes of catching the president frolicking with women in the White House pool, Kessler discloses.

    "One afternoon, Kennedy was cavorting in the pool with young women when Secret Service agents on Jackie's detail radioed that she was returning to the White House unexpectedly."

    Agent Anthony Sherman, who was on JFK's detail at the time, told Kessler: "Jackie was expected back in 10 minutes, and JFK came charging out of the pool. He had a bathing suit on and a Bloody Mary in his hand."

    Kennedy looked around and gave the drink to Sherman.

    "Enjoy it; it's quite good," the president said.

    Kessler observes that Kennedy "was the charismatic leader of the free world. But in his other life, he was the cheating, reckless husband whose aides sneaked women into the White House to appease his sexual appetite."

    Kennedy was also reckless when it came to security, Kessler adds. He not only ignored several warnings not to travel to Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, he told Secret Service agents that he did not want them to ride on the small running boards at the rear of his open convertible. To this day, agents believe that decision likely cost Kennedy his life.

    Former agent Taylor said: "If agents had been allowed on the rear running boards, they would have pushed the president down [after the first shot struck him] and jumped on him to protect him before the fatal shot."

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