Huma Abedin claims sex assault by US senator in new book

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Abedin was previously married to infamous New York Congressman Anthony Weiner

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Huma Abedin says in her new memoir she was once sexually assaulted by a US senator – and was so shocked afterward that she ended up apologizing Him.

Abedin does not identify the offending Pole, but writes in his upcoming tome “Both/End: A Life in Many Worlds” that she was working as an aide to then-Sen. Hillary Clinton when the incident happened more than a decade ago, according to the Guardian, which obtained an advance copy of the book.

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Abedin – the wife of serial parvert and former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner – said the attack happened after a dinner attended by “some senators and their aides”. Clinton, for whom he had long served as a right-hand man, was not there.

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“I ended up hanging out with a senator, and soon we stopped in front of his building and he invited me over for coffee,” Abedin writes. “Once inside, he asked me to be comfortable on the couch.”

The senator took off his blazer and rolled up his sleeve as he was making coffee and chatting with her, she said.

Then he “dropped to my right, put his left hand around my shoulder, and kissed me, pushed his tongue into my mouth, pressed me back on the couch,” she said.

“I was completely shocked, I pushed him away,” Abedin writes. “I wanted the last 10 seconds to be erased.”

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After the senator apologized and told Abedin that he had “misread” her, he asked if she wanted to stay, she said.

“Then I said something that only my twenties would have come up with — ‘I’m so sorry’ — and walked out, trying to appear as unassuming as possible,” Abedin writes.

Clinton’s former aide said she stayed away from the senator “for a few days” but remained friendly with him.

Abedin said he buried the incident in his memory until allegations of attempted sexual assault against then-Supreme Court candidate Brett Kavanaugh surfaced in the fall of 2018.

In addition to serving as Clinton’s aide in the Senate, Abedin became her deputy chief of staff when the former first lady spent four years as Secretary of State under President Obama. Abedin was also the vice president of Clinton’s doomed 2016 presidential campaign.

Abedin married then-Congressman Weiner in 2010. A year later, Wiener resigned from the House of Representatives after being caught sending explicit photos of her to women. His ongoing border antics also ruined his once promising mayoral campaign in 2013.

Abedin filed for divorce from Weiner in 2017. The couple has a son, Jordan.

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