Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Bill and Hillary Clinton’s Son-in-law Headed for a Mental Institution?

It was just in July 31 of 2010 that America’s former first couple Bill and Hillary Clinton gave away their only child, daughter Chelsea, in a $5 million marriage to investment banker Marc Mezvinsky.

Then barely six months into that marriage it was reported that Marc resigned from his job at the financial firm G3 Capital and holed up in a skiing resort without Chelsea. Reports indicated fights regarding starting a family as the reason.
As soon as this rumor was out the political machine of the Clintons did its work and the couple was soon seen arm-in-arm at amfAR’s gala. After that the (low-key) couple had been seen in different places, both in formal and usual wear, out and about no doubt selling the “We are Still Okay” slogan.
Recent comments on the severity of a Clinton husband resigning from his job was shed light to when friends of the couple, according to a magazine, said that Marc might be heading for a nervous breakdown and a mental insitution.
Family is still indicated the heart of the problem but this time it was supposed to be the insistence of the former first couple that Marc cut ties with his father, Ed Mezvinsky, who had gone to prison for fraud when he was still an Iowa congressman.
With how the Clintons shielded Chelsea from the public glare and rear her into the PhD student she is now at New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service, the Clintons could’ve nonetheless easily suggested and even manuevered her to stay away from the son of a former convict.
But I no doubt also that being a Clinton son-in-law is in no way a walk in the park.

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