Silence No More: Huma Abedin Shopping a ‘Tell-All’ Book Deal

Hillary’s top aide through the last decade of her public life has been Huma Abedin.

No single person has had more access to her than Abedin.

But that relationship could be coming to an end if her new book is any indication.

Abedin is reportedly shopping the tell-all tome to prospective publishers for a two-million-dollar deal.

The bio reveals inside details on her relationship wth Hillary and with disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner.

Here’s more from the American Mirror…

Long-time Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin is looking to capitalize on her boss’ stunning defeat to Donald Trump in the 2016 election and her estranged husband’s numerous cheating scandals with a $2 million book deal.
Abedin, the 40-year-old wife of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner, is reportedly looking to land a multi-million dollar deal for a tell-all book chronicling her tumultuous life, which exploded last year when an investigation into Weiner’s alleged sexting with a 15-year-old girl exposed possible wrongdoing by her boss days before the election, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

FBI Director James Comey announced shortly before the election that emails recovered from Weiner’s laptop also contained Abedin’s emails, which were possibly relevant to an investigation into Clinton’s boneheaded use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state.

The Clintons contend the announcement tanked her chances, even though Comey cleared Hillary days before the election.

The Hollywood Reporter reports Abedin has spent the last several weeks meeting with agents and publishers for “a book that is envisioned as a reflection on how her personal and professional lives collided during the campaign.”

Abedin, who has been by Clinton’s side since landing an internship with the former first lady in 1996, married Weiner in a 2010 ceremony officiated by former President Bill Clinton. She announced the couple’s separation last August after Weiner was busted in his third sexting scandal. The first scandal cost him his job in the House of Representatives, the second ended his bid for New York City mayor.

Abedin appeared in a 2016 documentary chronicling fallout from Weiner’s first sexting scandal, but has otherwise largely avoided talking to the media about her failed marriage.

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