Chelsea Clinton, who recently turned 28, is getting feisty in her old age. During a visit to Butler University yesterday, Chelsea was asked whether she thinks the Monica Lewinsky scandal has hurt her mother’s credibility.
â€œWow, youâ€™re the first person actually thatâ€™s ever asked me that question in the, I donâ€™t know maybe, 70 college campuses Iâ€™ve now been to, and I do not think that is any of your business,“ Clinton says in the video clip below.
It may be the first time Chelsea’s been asked that specific question, but surely Chelsea remembers a similar but slightly, umm, more pointed one from Dallas Voice’s own Daniel Kusner during a visit to the University of Texas at Dallas on Feb. 20.
Kusner’s question went like this: “I noticed during the gay rights question, you kept using the word ‘civil’ throughout your answer. Why can’t your mother stoop low enough to grant full, equal marriage rights for same-sex couples? Or is the word ‘marriage’ too sacred for the Clintons?“
Chelsea’s response at the time was slightly more tame: “Civil unions is what my mother has supported for as long as I can remember,“ she said.
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