Hillary Clinton's presidential hopes damaged after expletive laden outburst on the Springer Show

Funny story written by Breeze

Monday, 5 February 2007

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Mrs Clinton tells Jerry to 'f**k off'

Presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton, was fighting for her political life yesterday, after 'losing it' in front of the American public.

In what many perceived as a foolhardy attempt to garner sympathy from the US voter, she appeared alongside husband Bill, on an episode of the popular television tabloid talk show, 'Springer' entitled 'Yo dog, ma man is a playaa!'

During the show, hosted by ex-politician Jerry Springer, Mrs Clinton claimed that husband Bill no longer satisfied her sexually and took Viagra.

However, it was when ex-Whitehouse intern, Monica Lewinsky was introduced that the former first lady lost the plot.

"She suddenly went nuts and attacked Monica," said one audience member, who witness the incident, "They were pulling each other's hair and kicking one another. Then Hillary grabbed a chair and tried to hit her with it."

As host Springer skulked in the shadows, security guard Steve was forced to restrain Mrs Clinton.

"She was really wild," he told our reporter, "It took me ten minutes before we could carry on with the show. Then she called Bill a 'motherf**king deadbeat' and told Monica she was a 'f**king crack ho motherf**ker".

Mrs Clinton has since apologised for her behaviour and said that it should in no way effect the public's view of her as a presidential candidate.

"I accept that appearing on the 'Springer Show' may have been a mistake but, in my defence, I was provoked by that motherf**king bitch Lewinsky."

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