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The former u.s. President Bill Clinton and his wife former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton, will be open for a new documentary.
Set to premiere on Hulu on July 6, “Hillary,” will talk about the milestones in Hillary’s life and career, including her relationship with Bill.
In the trailer, and Bill, 73, tells the story of his encounter with his future wife, and it seems to be referring to his affair with Monica Lewinsky, an event that had him impeached by the House of Representatives for lying under oath.
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“It wasn’t like I was thinking,” How can I think about it, the most stupid thing I could do, and not do it?'” As Bill said in the clip.
“I didn’t want to have anything to do with him,” admitted Hillary, 72.
The former presidential candidate added: “Chelsea will put themselves in between us and held our hands’ as the trailer cut to a shot of Chelsea Clinton, standing between her parents, who have in their hands as they prepared to board Marine One.
The trailer also touches on Hillary’s feminism, as well as the famous “rights of man, the rights of women and women’s rights are human rights” speech, as well as the email scandal and the scrutiny they are confronted with in the media.
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The docuseries will also include never-before-seen footage from Hillary’s historic 2016 presidential campaign, as well as interviews with former employees, journalists, family members, and friends.
The trailer was shared at Friday’s Television Critics Association’s winter press tour, in which Hillary said, “nothing is off-limits” to the program.
“I was in this weather, and I was someone that people were quick to judge, and often has nothing to do with me, but because of the time and the views of women,” said Hillary.
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“I certainly hope that attitudes toward women have to change that], because it’s really an unfair double standard to the disadvantage,” said Hillary. “I’m definitely in the camp that believes that more and more women who want to get away from… and the more we come to realize that women have the right to use the full range of emotions, so that we can begin to set it on a shelf and leave it there.”