Hillary spotted around the Hamptons while hubby Bill flirts with famous sex doctor

Hillary Clinton was seen having coffee with friends in the Hamptons on Sunday, and while we know former President Bill Clinton was in the area, he was nowhere to be seen during the outing.

The failed 2016 Democratic Party presidential nominee was photographed wearing a large blue shirt with white pants and white shoes while being accompanied by a member of her security detail who was also casually dressed.

A photo of Hillary’s outing prompted a social media user to comment on her attire by making a sarcastic comparison to other girth-challenged celebrities:

“Clinton grabbed a cup of coffee and her friend got some orange juice before they settled down at a table,” Fox News noted.

While Hillary seemed to be making an attempt at being incognito on Sunday, as much as a person of her stature can, she did draw attention to herself in a tweet that same day showing support for Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin over a video of her dancing and partying with friends earlier this month in Helsinki.

Glomming onto the media fanfare over the video, the former secretary of state tweeted a photo of herself dancing in a crowded club in Cartagena during an official 2012 trip to Colombia.

“As Ann Richards said, ‘Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high heels.’ Here’s me in Cartagena while I was there for a meeting as Secretary of State. Keep dancing, @marinsanna,” she tweeted.

As for former President Bill Clinton, he was seen Monday in nearby Flushing Meadows, seated next to famed sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer during Serena Williams’ first-round match of the U.S. Open.

The former president has a storied history of promiscuous behavior and he and Dr. Ruth were engaged in an animated conversation at one point that caught the attention of the broadcast booth covering the event for the left-of-center sports network ESPN, prompting host John McEnroe to playfully react to Westheimer touching Bill’s face.

“Why is his face getting redder?” the tennis great pondered.


Tom Tillison


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