Clinton had to write at least a one-way open marriage, ‘former pollster

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Former President Bill Clinton’s top strategists, has suggested in a new book that the Clintons had “at least a one-way open marriage” during the Clinton presidency.

Mark Penn, the chief strategist in Hillary Clinton’s failed bid for the democratic nomination in 2008, made the claim in “micro-trends square”, which hit shelves on Tuesday.

In the discussion of the Clintons’ relationship, Penn wrote, “Maybe [the open marriage] was not by choice, but the stories that accumulated over the years, to the fact that it was obvious.”

Mark Penn, pictured during his role as chief strategist in Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign, was one of former President Bill Clinton’s top adviser.

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He added: “It wasn’t a question, that at the same time, their relationship was deep and enduring. If this is the model of the first pair, what does it mean for the rest of the country?”

Penn, the discussion of the relationship between the 42nd president and his first lady is hidden away in a Chapter on open marriages, which he considered to be “more of a fad than a trend.”

A spokesman for Hillary Clinton did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Allegations of sexual misconduct against ex-President Clinton followed the couple during their 43-year marriage. In 1998, he admitted that the sexual encounters with Gennifer Flowers and White House Intern Monica Lewinsky. To fall in the following year, he reached a confidential agreement with another accuser, Paula Jones, to get you a sexual harassment lawsuit against him.

Three other women — Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Leslie Millwee harassed — accused Clinton of sexually, and to have attacked them at various times between 1977 and 1993.

Broaddrick claimed that Clinton had raped her in April 1977, and that Hillary Clinton intimidated by her, in an effort to silence them. Broaddrick gave an interview to NBC in 1999, but the network does not air, the to your account up to Clinton’s impeachment process ended with an acquittal.

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