Hillary in for a new walloping with ‘Clinton, Inc.’ movie that digs deep into her psychology – and Bill’s – as it prepares to hit 1,000 screens in October

Monday, September 19, 2016
By Paul Martin

Hillary Clinton is running for president as a payback for putting up with Bill for decades, a new political documentary concludes
‘Clinton, Inc.’ is adapted from a 2014 book by Daniel Halper and will saturate movie theaters in the month before the Nov. 8 election
The film is a psychological study of the Clintons and what makes them tick
Reveals that Bill Clinton likely never knew who his biological father was
Portrays Hillary as his rock-steady helpmate, like the austere and ambitious grandmother who helped raise him
Bill’s lovers were more like his mom, promiscuous and reckless
Hillary, who needed her husband to advance despite her own feminist chic, endured repeated infidelities and stayed with Bill – much like her own long-suffering mom kept an abusive marriage together for years.
Movie casts ‘Clinton, Inc.’ as a family business revolving around wealth and power, and projects Chelsea Clinton as the heir apparent

By David Martosko, Us Political Editor
19 September 2016

With the right lighting a twenty-something Virginia Clinton – Bill’s mom – was a dead ringer for Monica Lewinsky.
That realization alone, and all its Freudian implications, is enough to recommend ‘Clinton, Inc.: The Movie,’ a film adaptation of the 2014 book that will hit theaters on September 30.

It turns out the future president’s sexually undiscriminating but lovable and charming mother – and the rock-steady but ambitious and intimidating grandmother who helped raised him – formed maternal bookends that he would later reanimate with Lewinsky and Hillary Rodham.

Hillary was the staid, grandmotherly figure from the beginning, the film suggests, the one who he could count on for comfort and security.

Bill’s endless string of one-night stands, including one woman he allegedly raped, were a reprise of the trysting situations in which he so often saw his mother, largely with future stepdad Roger, as he worked his way through boyhood.
And as he progressed into manhood, we learn, Bill needed both the stability of his wife and the wildness of other women.

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