Donald Trump Was for the Clintons before He Was against Them

By Published on December 30, 2015

Hillary Clinton took a seat in the front pew at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida, one of 450 guests on the balmy Saturday night in January 2005 when Donald Trump tied the knot with Melania Knauss, his third (and current) wife. At the reception that followed, Bill Clinton joined his wife, the former first lady who was then serving Trump’s home state of New York in the Senate.

Trump now says Clinton had “no choice” but to attend his wedding because he donated money to her campaign. And he’s viciously attacking his potential rival for the White House as a liar and a criminal, while dredging up old stories about her husband’s zipper problem. But his record of praising both Clintons is voluminous, and seems to go far beyond an attempt to further his business interests.

Read the article “Donald Trump Was for the Clintons before He Was against Them” on politico.com.

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