In a CNN interview with Pamela Brown, Hillary Clinton revealed how her husband’s exit from public relations was a permanent process. She admitted, “It was really hard. It was painful. And I had a lot of support from my friends. My friends just supported,” (via political man, The community of her loved ones was important. Bill Clinton’s affair was national news that led to his impeachment, but it was a personal nightmare for the former First Lady.
His friends distract him with activities to get over the scandal. Hilary revealed, “They’ll try to make me laugh, they’ll suggest books to read, we’ll go for long walks, we’ll hang out, you know, eat bad food. Just the kinds of things you do with your friends.” Let’s do it.” On top of working on her marriage, Hillary still had work to do as first lady. His government duties left no sleep and the days of mental health were not a thing of the past.
“It was something that you just had to get up every day and try to deal with while still carrying out a public set of responsibilities,” she said. “So it was very challenging.” Despite the very valid excuse of cutting her deficit and giving up, Hillary stuck with the bill. It’s understandable that many of us were wondering why the presidential candidate chose to stay.