Tomorrow marks the 42nd anniversary for Bill and Hillary Clinton.
But their rocky marriage held together by politics may finally end over politics, the Daily Mail reported.From the Daily Mail:
Bill and Hillary Clinton are not speaking to each other after a blazing argument over her election book, it has been claimed.
The former president threw a manuscript in the trash after Hillary ignored his advice not to publish it, according to author Ed Klein.
Bill had red-penned the book in an attempt to improve it, a friend allegedly told Klein, but flew into a rage when Hillary refused to read any of his notes.
Ed Klein, 80, has written numerous books on Democratic presidents from Jack Kennedy to Barry Obama.
'He hated the title because calling it "What Happened" would only make people say, "You lost."
Bill Clinton was right about that.
'He urged her to postpone the pub date and rewrite the book, but she yelled at him and said: "The book is finished and that’s how it’s going to be published".'
Since then the pair have been speaking through friends and lawyers, the source said.
Klein's book All Out War: The Plot to Destroy Trump will be released at the end of October.
Sounds like this story is coming from Bill, who wants to divorce himself from her cataclysmic loss.
Of course, the two have long had a distant marriage.
It does not help that his Weinstein lifestyle as president made him utterly useless on the campaign trail as a new generation of women discovered just how creepy Bill is.
But he really hated her for losing.
Bill was previously reported to have blown up at Hillary after her defeat, despite a public show of affection during her concession speech, accusing her of failing to campaign in rust belt states which eventually voted for Trump.
According to Ed Klein, who has written several books on the Clintons, Bill accused Hillary's campaign managers of running a 'tone deaf' race and ignoring the effect the flagging economy was having on millions of working class Americans.
Bill Clinton probably knew it was over on Labor Day when no one showed up in Cleveland for her rally. I did.