Los Angeles, CA – The Ling and Lee families are now claiming that the two women former President Bill Clinton returned from North Korea are not their loved ones. Clinton was initially stunned by the allegations.
“Laura Ling and Euna Lee are home safe and sound,” insisted Clinton. “They were treated well by their North Korean captors, and they were both very grateful, to me personally, for their new found freedom.”
Clinton then repeated the words “very grateful” several times while giggling to himself.
When reporters asked why the Ling family is considering legal action over what they are describing as an “emotional rollercoaster,” Clinton stiffened. “Those ungrateful bastards! I go through all the trouble of wooing those little…all right. I admit it. Mistakes may have been made. I get a little overexcited when Hillary let’s me leave on a road trip un-chaperoned, if you know what I mean.”
Clinton faltered further as the press conference turned ugly. He came up with several reasons, one more ridiculous than the next, as to why the misidentification was not his fault.
“After all,” said Clinton, “there was certainly a chance, albeit a slim one, that these women were Laura and Euna.”
At one point during the heated press conference, Clinton said, “I did not have sexual relations with those hookers.”
Mr. Clinton apologized to the Ling and Lee families in a heartfelt poetic speech.
He then asked, “If it’s not too much trouble, could you send the girls back over to my place. Tell them it’s for their debriefing, but briefs are optional, if you follow.”