As if showing up to Donald Trump's Inauguration to become the 45th President of the United States wasn't a nightmare in itself for Hillary Clinton, she appeared to be full of rage in the middle of the ceremony for another reason!
The 69-year-old former secretary of state caught husband Bill, 70, in a deep staring trance during the inauguration, to which social media users speculated that he was enamored with Donald Trump's 35-year-old daughter Ivanka as she entered the ceremony.
The footage, which later surfaced after the ceremony, showed Hillary glaring at Bill during his eyeballing session. Moments later when he noticed she caught him, he showed no shame and turned back to continue staring, enraging Hillary even more.
As RadarOnline.com reported, Hillary faced demands from an Obama administration back in November to justify why her husband wasn't being charged with sexual assault. Vice President Joe Biden's former chief of staff asked in an email: "How is what Bill Clinton did different from what Bill Cosby did?"
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Things got so bad during the last month of the campaign trail that some of Clinton insiders claimed Bill was going to be a major reason she may not win the election.
Bill has left a tawdry trail of sex assault claims, lurid affairs, and cheap one-night stands over his near half-century public life. RadarOnline.com uncovered an exhaustive 12-month investigation of the former president's astonishing parade of hookers, celebrities, secretaries, students and other women who all had teamed up against the political couple.
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