Hillary Clinton renders daughter Chelsea speechless over answer to Bill Clinton cheating

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Hillary Clinton and daughter Chelsea were both asked what the gutsiest things they had ever done was as they gave a joint interview on Good Morning America to promote their new book. Chelsea was taken aback when her mother referenced father Bill’s affair in her answer.

The host asked: “Can I ask you, what’s the gutsiest thing you’ve ever done?”

“Oh boy, I think the gutsiest thing I’ve ever done, well, personally, was made the decision to stay in my marriage,” Hillary replied.

She added: “Publicly, politically, run for president. And keep going. Just get up every day and keep going.”

The 71-year-old could be seen smiling and nodding her head following her answer.

Hillary stood by her husband Bill when in 1998 it was revealed he had cheated on her with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Bill survived impeachment in the late 1990s over the affair and Hillary has revealed she asked herself if she still loved him.

In her 2017 books What Happened, she spoke about tough moments in her marriage.

Hillary wrote: “There were times that I was deeply unsure about whether our marriage could or should survive.

“But on those days, I asked myself the question that mattered to most to me: Do I still love him?

“And can I still be in this marriage without becoming unrecognisable to myself, twisted by anger,resentment, or remoteness.

“The answers were always yes. So I kept going.”

Hillary and Chelsea’s interview on Good Morning America came after the pair spoke about what it was important to write their joint book.

Chelsea told Wbur, Boston’s NPR News station: “Well I think it’s always the right time to share the stories of gutsy women.

“I think for so long, arguably kind of forever, we haven’t heard the stories of the women who have always been there and have helped make not only our country but our world healthier and more equitable, full of more beauty and magnificence.

“And I think we need to not only kind of rescue these stories from history but kind of animate them to inspire us.

“And for me, this book is really a continuation of the conversation that my mom and I started when I was just a little girl with her telling me stories of Shirley Chisolm and Gerry Ferraro and Maria Tallchief.

“These women who had been so galvanizing to her and that she wanted me to know those stories.”

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