Anthony Weiner's political career ended in the spring of 2011 after he was caught tweeting pictures of his peen to other women online. But at least he managed to salvage his personal life.
Not only is he still married to Huma Abedin, deputy chief of staff to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, but apparently he's pretty happy.
In a recent interview, the disgraced New York congressman says he's embracing his role as a full-time dad to his 6-month-old son, Jordan. It doesn't sound like he's thinking about entering the political arena again anytime soon either, as he said:
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Jason Segel may be one of the biggest names in Hollywood these days, but that doesn't mean he can woo the Secretary of State.
While making an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the Five Year Engagement star revealed that he got a rejection letter from Hilary Clinton recently!
While talking about his hit television show, How I Met Your Mother, Jason joked:
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WoOoO! It's a party in
the USA Colombia!
Hilary Clinton ditched her pant suit and got down with her bad self on Saturday night while in Cartagena, Colombia for the VI Summit of the Americas.
She reportedly arrived at a local bar at 12:45am and stayed for about a half an hour. As you can see in the pic (above), the Secretary Of State danced with friends in between knocking back a few beers.
In total, her party ordered
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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton isn't too thrilled about the recent antics of the Marines.
News has spread that soldiers were caught urinating on dead Taliban fighters.
Hilary states that she is in dismay and does not acceptable the "deplorable behavior" of the troops.
She goes on to say that the United States will continue to help Afghanistan's renovation.
Check out the video above for the secretary's full statement.
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From the White House to the press room.
Chelsea Clinton has joined the media ranks and she is slated to appear with NBC News as a special correspondent.
The former first daughter of Blll and Hilary Clinton will become a part of NBC Nightly News and focus on pieces for the Making A Difference segment.
Clinton will become the third political daughter to join a NBC affiliated news team, following Jenna Bush Hager of The Today Show and Meghan McCain of MSNBC.
Clinton released a statement
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Our wonderful Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, is undoubtedly one of the smartest women in the country (if not the world).
And she proved her brains once again by naming Ellen DeGeneres our Special Envoy For Global Aids Awareness.
Hilary explained her decision to Ellen by saying:
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Hilary Clinton has just now set the focus for AIDS for the U.S. on a global scale on treatment.
We are now emphasizing HIV fighting drugs, and the hope is to have an "AIDS free generation!"
Here's what she said:
"Creating an AIDS-free generation has never been a policy priority for the United States government — until today. This goal would have been unimaginable just a few years ago. While the finish line is not yet in sight, we know we can get there because now we know the route we need to take. If we take a comprehensive view of our approach to the pandemic, treatment doesn't take away from prevention. It adds to it," she said. "So let's end the old debate over treatment versus prevention and embrace treatment as prevention.
"In 2004, the cost to PEPFAR for providing ARVs and services to one patient averaged nearly $1,100 a year; today, it's $335 and falling," Clinton said, referring to anti-retroviral drugs. "Continuing to drive down these costs is a challenge for all of us."
Sounds great to us.
As long as people out there are being safe and being saved, we couldn't care less if it was due to treatment or education! A mix of both would be super, though!
Get'em, Hilary! Ha
[Image via WENN.]
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