That’s no gentleman; that’s Bill Clinton

The front page of the print edition of the Washington Post’s “Style” section — once known as the Women’s Page — features a mock poster that says “Bill Clinton for First Gentleman.” In the accompanying story, Clinton insists, presumably with a straight face, that he is “just a bit player” in the run-up to his wife’s likely campaign for president. “I am a foot soldier in any army; I will do what I am instructed to do,” the slick one explains.

No one believes him, of course. But women love to hear it and the liberal MSM loves to report it.

America’s longest running, least plausible psychodrama is gearing up for a new season. It may deliver the most bizarre installment yet.


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