Clintons Transition Plan
Author says, What if Hillary divorced Bill?
On December 7th 2008 the Office of the President-elect confirmed that Bill Clinton would not be moving back into the White House in January.
The move was widely expected - after all, Bill been conspicuously absent from the November 10th visit to the White House for the first post-election meeting with President George W. Bush, a strikingly symbolic moment in the transition of power. And with the election won, the reassuring symbol of marriage was no longer required by Mrs Clinton - for even Ted Kennedy had toured with his ex-wife during the 1980 campaign.
Cynics would note that Clinton was following in the steps of Nikolas Sarkozy to become the second head of state in eighteen months to divorce shortly after winning a Presidential election.
It was widely rumoured that Bill had cheated on Hillary continuously throughout the campaign. Expected media revelations would have damaged the authority of the President-elect.
Instead the media would focus on an alleged back-room deal that would lead to Bill's nomination as the replacement for Mrs. Clinton in the U.S. Senate. For shortly afterwards, Bill would join John Quincy Adams and Andrew Johnson as a President who served in Congress after spending time in the White House.
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