I don.t know about the rest of you .........but i find chelsea clinton like her mom/mum/mother/old lady/........ugly as sin ......she is very very and i mean very unattractive .......i eman hilary clinto has to be the most unattractive women on the planet ......next to oprah/whoopi/joyce behar/nancy grace/.......just to mention a few ...but some poor bastard ......fucked and married chelsea........hilary has cankles so i think the daughetr must have cankles too no good passion and relationship killer on every single level.....some children who have fucking shite parents need to be mocked /afflicted/piss taken.....for having such shite parents who we all know are complete ruthless bastards ........and sick in the head .....and rich for you know what ......no but seriously she is fucking ugly as sin ....nothing pretty about her ....i have such high standards for being such a pig ........
When Hillary Clinton ran for President of the United States in 2016, she was the first woman ever to win the nomination of a major party. The historic moment wouldn’t take her to the West Wing, but it allowed the world to witness what can happen when a woman persists.
In the Apple TV+ docuseries Gutsy, former Secretary of State Clinton and her co-host, daughter Chelsea, travel around the country interviewing fellow female change-makers — and just in time to offer viewers some inspiration, as the ongoing fight for women’s rights has taken on new urgency.
Over the eight episodes of the series, which tackles the personal and public battles of its subjects, the mother-daughter duo sits down with reverends, firefighters, activists and mothers — with a heavy dose of star power from the likes of Amy Schumer, Kim Kardashian, Gloria Steinem and Amber Ruffin.
“We view 'gutsy' as those core values that people need to have — resilience, determination, persistence, courage — to get through life, to get up when you’re knocked down to deal with the setbacks and disappointments of any life,” the former presidential nominee tells Yahoo Life.
The series, which is based on the pair's New York Times bestseller, The Book of Gutsy Women, highlights subjects from various backgrounds who have done something extraordinary by being unapologetically themselves — such as Shannon Foley Martinez, a former white supremacist from Georgia who now uses canoe trips to help rehabilitate other women leaving hate groups.
“She left that movement of hate and discrimination to try to live a different life, and she’s now trying to reprogram others to get beyond all of that,” says the former first lady, adding, “We are looking for women who are gutsy not just for themselves, but on behalf of others."
Gutsy gives viewers a chance to see another side of Hillary and Chelsea Clinton — including their organic chemistry at work, with Chelsea routinely teasing her mother, and each opening up about their own personal obstacles. In episode 4, for example, Clinton sits down with Rev. Whittney Ijanaten, who is queer and Black and who marries all couples, specifically those who are LGBTQ. That conversation quickly turns to the former Secretary of State's own relationship, and she reveals that the gutsiest thing she ever did was to stay in her marriage — which "doesn't mean it's right for everybody," she says.