Bill Clinton Hates Chelsea Clinton’s Husband Marc Mezvinsky
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BILL Clinton hates his son-in-law!
The former President apparently can’t stand daughter Chelsea Clinton‘s husband Marc Mezvinsky.
Bill gave Marc the cold shoulder by not inviting him on a sun-loving Hamptons’ family getaway OR on a recent star-studded trip to Africa for one of Bill’s passionate causes, raising awareness of that continent’s rampant poverty.
Earlier this month, the Clintons rented an $11 million estate in the tony town of Sagaponack, N.Y. They reportedly invited family and friends to stay with them at the lavish mansion, which boasts six bedrooms, a heated pool and a private path to the beach – but they didn’t ask Marc along, according to the National Enquirer.
It was claimed Chelsea was a no-show because she was finishing her dissertation in Oxford, England, and that Marc was “working on a business deal” in Manhattan.
But sources tell a different story!
“That’s a real put-down to Marc,” said a source. “Bill can’t stand Chelsea’s hubby!
“Chelsea is heartbroken by her dad’s continued slights.
“Truth is Bill has never warmed to Marc. He’d rather be around a brainy guy like Jesse Eisenberg.”
The source says that Bill has had it out for Marc ever since he quit his Wall Street job just six months after he married Chelsea in 2010, so that he could “sort his head out”.
Marc lived the life of a ski bum for a while in Wyoming and left Bill’s baby girl to fend for herself in New York.
“Running out on Chelsea while they were still newlyweds left Bill fuming,” said the source.
“Chelsea remembers the great relationship her dad had with her former college boyfriend, Ian Klaus.
“Ian is everything Bill thinks Marc isn’t – a whip-smart Rhodes Scholar with lots of interests.
“Plus, Ian has a friendly and outgoing personality, something Marc lacks. Bill finds him a bit of a bore.
“It’s one thing to not be particularly buddy-buddy with your father-in-law, but to be frozen out repeatedly has to be devastating.”
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