“This will be an interesting sale to see who wants to know what [Weiner] said to her each time he was caught. If she doesn’t, she puts the publisher in a bad place.”Ms. Weiner first met in 2001 but only started seriously dating in 2008, marrying two years later in a ceremony officiated by former President Bill Clinton.
In fact, the right seems to have even more disdain for her since she gives them a bad name, in their opinion. Still, her latest interview, on , she had no problem opening up to the media with a theory of hers.Abedin has arguably been closer to Hillary Clinton than any other single person in the last 20 years.Her remarkable rise from girlhood in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to lowly intern during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, to campaign vice chairman and possible White House chief of staff, remains one of the least understood and most intriguing aspects of Hillary Clinton’s organization.One day after tabloids revealed that Huma Abedin’s husband, Anthony Weiner, had sexted yet another picture of his junk in underwear to yet another female “friend” he’d never met, the long-suffering Hillary Clinton aide finally did something her boss never did—she announced in August that she was leaving her errant spouse.Their separation closed one avenue of attack for Donald Trump, who had made Weiner’s instability a talking point since before he won the Republican primary.