New York, Jan 19 (UNI) Breaking ten years of deafening silence since former US president Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky's love saga made headlines, Hillary Clinton said she ''never doubted Bill's love for me.'' Democratic presidential candidate , who was interviewed by Tyra Banks in a taped show that aired yesterday, said she was mad and disappointed by Bill's affair, but was able to persevere because of her ''tremendous faith,'' the New York Post reported.
''I had to dig down deep and think about what was right for me, and what was right for my family,'' 60 year old Clinton said of the 1998 scandal.
''And I never doubted my faith and my committment to our daughter and our extended family. But I had to decide what I had to do,'' she added.
When Banks asked the presidential candidate what she tells women who ask for marriage advice, Clinton replied: ''You have to be true to yourself. No one story is the same as any other story. I don't know your reality. I can't substitute my judgement for yours. But what I can tell you is you must be true to yourself.'' She also said one shouldn't make decisions in the heat of discouraging moments, but should think about it.
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