. . .[T]he two-time presidential loser said that staying with her husband despite his infidelity and lies was the “gutsiest” act of her life.
“Oh, boy, I think the gutsiest thing I’ve ever done, well, personally — make the decision to stay in my marriage. Publicly, politically run for president. And keep going. Just get up every day and keep going,” Clinton told “Good Morning America” on Tuesday. . .
“You know, for some people that I’ve known the right thing was take your kids and go, clean out your bank accounts, don’t look back. For other people, you know, get into a negotiation and figure out whether you want to stay,” she said. “In my case, after really hard, hard thinking about it, counseling, praying, all the things that I did and that we went through, I just decided it was the right decision for me but that doesn’t mean it was an easy decision. It was a really hard decision.”
Then she said her decision was similar to parents deciding how to handle a situation in which their children told them they are transgender.
“Sometimes when your child has an issue — I had a friend a few years ago who called up and said ‘I don’t know who to talk to about this, but my little girl wants to be a boy. What do I do?’ And, you know, several of us kind of — we didn’t know what to do, we never had a friend who’d faced that before. Several of us kind of read everything and talked to people and gave her advice and it was really gutsy for her to say OK, ‘I’m going to respect the feelings of my child as hard as it is for me to understand this.’ (Read more from “Hillary Compares Decision to Not Divorce Bill to Parenting a Transgender Child” HERE)