Hillary Clinton Aide: ‘I Really Don’t Give a Shit About What Happens to Huma’

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By Andrew Stiles | 11:22 am, December 14, 2016

Hillary Clinton’s political career is probably over, and some people are wondering what will become of her most trusted body woman, Huma Abdein.

Huma, the estranged wife of Anthony Weiner, a notorious dick-pic fiend who recently received treatment for sex addiction, has worked for Hillary since 1996, when she served as a White House intern in the First Lady’s office. Abedin was widely expected to serve a top role in Hillary’s administration, but now she’s looking for a job.

Vanity Fair reports that some people in Clinton World aren’t too concerned about Abedin’s future. “Maybe I’m just pissed off, but I really don’t give a shit about what happens to Huma to be honest with you,” one close adviser told the magazine.

Another Clinton insider complained that Huma became too engrossed in the glitz and glamor that came as a result of her proximity to one of the most powerful women on the planet. “She was enjoying the red carpet and enjoying the photo spreads much too much in my opinion,” the insider told Vanity Fair. “She enjoyed being a celebrity too much.”

Clinton aides who aren’t members of the political dynasty’s “inner circle” are reportedly feeling “real anger” toward Huma and other longtime confidantes, who they believe “reinforced all the bad habits.”

Huma separated from her husband, former congressman and epic pervert Anthony Weiner, who is currently under FBI investigation related to his sexting relationship with an underage girl. Emails uncovered as part of this investigation promoted FBI director James Comey to issues a public announcement days before the election, which many Hillary supporters continue to cite as a reason for her loss to Donald Trump.

The couple is reportedly still living together, and their current relationship status is presumably complicated. Weiner has also been ordered to pay more than $100,000 in fines for violations he committed during his unsuccessful run for mayor of New York City. One Clinton insider told Vanity Fair that Huma will be just fine.

“She’s someone that will be sought after either personally or through business from many rich, very rich connected people,” the insider said. “She’ll do very well for herself.”