Hillary Clinton Uses ‘Serial Cheat’ Bill to Promote Her New TV Show

(AppleTV+ trailer snapshot)

Former first lady and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used the affairs her husband Bill Clinton had in order to promote a new TV show she’s doing for AppleTV+, as she called him a “serial cheat.”

Hillary’s Gutsiness to Stick with Bill

The newly released trailer for “Gutsy” – Hillary Clinton’s new TV series for AppleTV+ – features her trying to portray her unwillingness to get divorced after her husband’s affair with Lewinsky became public as a show of bravery, grit, and “having guts.”

Surely it wasn’t an expression of her careerism as a launch pad for getting propelled into national politics!

The new TV show would have Hillary Clinton touring the nation together with her daughter Chelsea in order to interview “inspiring women,” including Kim Kardashian, Goldie Hawn, Megan Thee Stallion, and Jane Goodall.

One clip of the trailer shows Hillary as she speaks with Rev. Whittney Ijanaten, a chaplain at the University of California – Los Angeles, who officiates gay marriages.

Ijanaten quotes Hillary Clinton as saying the “gutsiest thing” she ever did was remain married to Bill Clinton.

Hillary is quick to agree on how “gutsy” that was, but she also seeks to emphasize simply because she did it, it “doesn’t mean” it is the “right” thing to do “for everybody.”

In subsequent comments to Entertainment Weekly cited by The Daily Mail, Ijanaten praised her talk with Hillary because it felt “nice to be human” with a person who otherwise appears “just supernatural.”

The LGBTQ reverend emphasized the “woman-to-woman connection” the two of them had during the conversation that she saw as something that “could be some magic.”

Bill’s Many Affairs Used for Advertising ‘Inspiring Women’

The trailer for Hillary Clinton’s new TV show also features Jane Goodall, who discusses environmentalism, and Kim Kardashian, who dives straight into prison reform.

According to the former first lady, her goal is to use the series in order to “shine a light” on those women who “inspire” others to “be bolder and braver.”

The “Gutsy” TV show is a spinoff of the 2019 book by Hillary and Chelsea Clinton about “Gutsy Women” and their stories about “courage and resilience.”

As it emerged in the late 1990s, the affair of then-Democrat President Bill Clinton with White House intern Monica Lewinsky began in November 1995 and lasted until May 1997.

As Bill Clinton lied about the affair, he got charged with obstruction of justice and lying under oath.

He was impeached by the House of Representatives in December 1998, but he was later acquitted by the Senate and remained in office to complete his second term.

Prior to that, during the 1992 presidential campaign, Gennifer Flowers, a woman from Clinton’s home state of Arkansas, claimed she and Bill had an affair for 12 years while he was the governor of the state.

The Democratic president admitted to having a sexual affair with her, but claimed it happened just once, in 1977.

Other women who claimed they had affairs with Bill Clinton during his time as governor include Miss Arkansas winner Sally Perdue, actress Elizabeth Gracen, and lawyer Dolly Kyle Browning.

This article appeared in BeyondNews and has been published here with permission.