Hillary Clinton LOSES legal quiz in head-to-head with Kim Kardashian

‘It was heartbreaking!’: Hillary Clinton LOSES legal knowledge quiz during head-to-head with Kim Kardashian 11-4 during episode of former First Lady’s Gutsy

  • Hillary and Kim were quizzed on the former Fist Lady’s ‘Gutsy’ documentary
  • Acting as quizmaster, Hilary’s daughter Chelsea put their knowledge to the test
  • Kardashian – who is studying to be a lawyer – was quick on the buzzer and bested the former lawyer and Secretary of State, getting 11 answers, to Clinton’s four
  • Hillary told PEOPLE it was ‘heartbreaking’ to lose, but admired Kim’s hard work

Former secretary of state and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton suffered a ‘heartbreaking’ defeat in a head-to-head legal knowledge quiz… to Kim Kardashian.

The reality TV megastar bested Clinton 11-4 in the quiz during an episode of the former Fist Lady’s ‘Gutsy’ documentary, which she co-hosts with her daughter Chelsea, and which airs on Apple TV+ on September 9.

The documentary will show the Clintons traveling the country with her daughter and speaking to inspiring women, including Goldie Hawn, Jane Goodall, Megan Thee Stallion and Kim Kardashian – who in addition to her TV work is known for her legal advocacy and is studying to become a lawyer.

Prior to becoming first lady in 1993 and later secretary of state in 2009, Hillary Clinton was a herself practicing lawyer and a partner at a law firm, having earned a Juris Doctor (Doctor of Law) from Yale Law School in 1973.

But despite her credentials, the preview clip for Gutsy – previewed by PEOPLE magazine – saw Hillary Clinton bested by Kardashian in the quiz, with Chelsea acting as quizmaster.

The round of questions covered the use of deadly force, when a claim of self defense is permissible, and the difference between extortion and robbery. By the end of the clip, Kardashian is shown to have 11 points, to Clinton’s meagre four.

Former secretary of state and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton suffered a humiliating defeat in a head-to-head legal knowledge quiz… to Kim Kardashian

The reality TV megastar bested Clinton 11-4 in the quiz during an episode of the former Fist Lady’s ‘Gutsy’ documentary, which she co-hosts with her daughter Chelsea, and which airs on Apple TV+ on September 9

‘Under what circumstances may one use deadly force to defend themselves?’ Chelsea is shown asking the contestants. 

Kardashian – wearing a leather coat and matching leather gloves – is shown pressing her buzzer, and answering: ‘When one is being faced with deadly force themselves, or believes deadly force is immanent’. The scoreboard is shown ticking over to 1-0.

‘Oh it was heartbreaking!’ Clinton told an interviewer from PEOPLE. ‘I think she also needs to work on her reaction time,’ Chelsea cuts in. ‘Sometimes I could see my mom knew what the answer was but she wouldn’t bit the buzzer in time.’

Hillary adds jokingly: ‘Well I was also really intrigued by how well she did. I wanted to, you know, put the spotlight on her – not that she needs it! – but she worked really hard.’

The interviewer is heard asking: ‘You’re not saying you let her win…’ to which Hillary replies: ‘No I’m not saying that, I’m not saying that. It was more the reaction time,’ she adds, with a wry smile.

Chelsea again insists her mother should have worked on her reaction time, before the clip shows Kim hitting the buzzer several times as the scoreboard ticks over to 11 to four. ‘Mom, you made a good effort,’ Chelsea jokes, as Kardashian celebrates. 

‘I think Kim has an unfair advantage,’ Hillary told PEOPLE. Offering her mother a conciliation, Chelsea tells her: ‘Kim has studied more recently than you.’


 The round of questions covered the use of deadly force, when a claim of self defense is permissible, and the difference between extortion and robbery. By the end of the clip, Kardashian is shown to have 11 points, to Clinton’s meagre four

Pictured: Chelsea Clinton acts as quiz master as she fires questions off to her mother and Kim Kardashian 

In the episode, Kardashian admits that after her first year of legal study through an apprenticeship with a San Francisco law firm, passing what’s know as the ‘baby bar’ exam was tough. It took her three tries, she says.

‘My kids were there every time I opened my results, and so they’d see me cry. And the last time, they saw me cry the best tears of happiness that I did it,’ she says.

Both Clintons told PEOPLE that they came away from their meeting with the influencer feeling impressed with her legal knowledge.

‘She worked so hard (on the bar) and persevered,’ Hillary told the magazine.

‘We didn’t interview her about fashion, her many lines of commerce, her personal life. We interviewed about what she was doing to help get people who were unjustly or unfairly incarcerated have a second chance.’

‘Oh it was heartbreaking!’ Clinton told an interviewer from PEOPLE. ‘I think she also needs to work on her reaction time,’ Chelsea cuts in. ‘Sometimes I could see my mom knew what the answer was but she wouldn’t bit the buzzer in time.

Since around 2010, Kardashian has used her huge following to advocate for criminal justice reform, and in 2018 successfully campaigned for the commutation of the sentence of Chris Young and also of Alice Marie Johnson, a woman who received a life sentence for a first-time drug offense. 

Former president Donald Trump granted clemency in 2018, and later passed the First Step Act supporting prison reforms – that Kardashian also campaigned for.

More recently, Kardashian has called for the compassionate release of Eli Torres – the father of one of the victims of the Uvalde, Texas school shooting on May 24. 

Should Kardashian go on to become a lawyer, she would be following in the footsteps of her father Robert, who famously defended O. J. Simpson in the former NFL player’s 1995 murder trial.

Hillary Clinton says deciding to stand by a serial cheat husband isn’t ‘right for everybody’ while discussing marriage to Bill in new AppleTV+ series

By Harriet Alexander For Dailymail.com

Hillary Clinton has said that staying married to a serial cheat is ‘not for everybody’, as she discusses courage and grit for her new TV series.

The former Secretary of State is seen in the trailer for Gutsy, which airs on Apple TV+ on September 9, traveling the country with her daughter, Chelsea, and speaking to inspiring women.

Among those they meet are Goldie Hawn, Kim Kardashian, Jane Goodall and Megan Thee Stallion.

One clip shows Clinton, 74, in conversation with Reverend Whittney Ijanaten, a UCLA chaplain and wedding officiant, who specializes in LGBTQ marriages.

Ijanaten remarks: ‘You have a marriage that has been on public display since the beginning. You said the gutsiest thing you ever did was stay in your marriage.’

Clinton, who married Bill in 1975 and stood by him through multiple affairs – most notoriously that with Monica Lewinsky, which began in 1995 – agrees that staying with him was ‘gutsy’.

But, she adds: ‘That doesn’t mean that’s right for everybody.’

Hillary Clinton, in her new TV show Gutsy, says that staying married to a serial cheat is not ‘right for everybody’

The former Secretary of State is seen in the trailer speaking to Reverend Whittney Ijanaten, a UCLA chaplain and wedding officiant, who specializes in LGBTQ marriages

Clinton is pictured denying that he had ‘sexual relations with that woman’ – Lewinsky – in January 1998

Clinton and her daughter Chelsea are seen traveling to meet inspirational women

Hillary Clinton is seen with her husband Bill in November 2016, having just voted for her candidacy in the presidential election – which she lost to Donald Trump

Ijanaten later told Entertainment Weekly: ‘It was really nice to be human with someone who has just been, like, supernatural.

‘It wasn’t Rev. Whittney to Secretary Clinton, it was woman to woman — I want to know how was it that you were able to stay? 

‘I was very grateful for the connection, for what they saw in me and how our conversation, once it got together, could be some magic.’

The trailer also shows Kardashian talking about prison reform, and Goodall talking about environmentalism.

Clinton says the series aims ‘to shine a light on women who inspire us to be bolder and braver.’

The Clintons are seen speaking to Goldie Hawn and her daughter Kate Hudson

The series is a spin-off from their best-selling 2019 book, The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience. 

Megan Thee Stallion is seen remarking: ‘You’re not going to break me down. You’ll get worn out before I do.’

Goodall tells them: ‘Every single person makes an impact on the planet every single day. We can choose what impact we make.’

Clinton also speaks to Amy Schumer, author Glennon Doyle and her soccer player wife Abby Wambach, and Gloria Steinem.

Her husband was famously unfaithful – most memorably with Lewinsky, who was a White House intern while he was president.

Clinton’s lies about their affair saw him impeached, although he was later cleared.  

Lewinsky referred to Bill Clinton as ‘the Big He’, and his wife as ‘the Ba Ba’, according to the memoirs of Lewinsky’s former friend and confidant Linda Tripp, who died in April 2020.

Tripp describes the former president as ‘a serial sexual predator who should have been a registered sex offender’.

Monica Lewinsky, a 22-year old White House summer intern at the time, is seen with Clinton

Tripp secretly recorded conversations with Lewinsky that led to Clinton’s impeachment

Hillary Clinton organized a spectacular party for her husband in August 1996 in New York

Monica Lewinsky, pictured in May 2019, is now a cyberbullying activist and campaigner

She describes Lewinsky as being in hot pursuit of Clinton from November 1995, right until May 1997.

She said that Lewinsky had been ‘floating around the Oval Office’ as a summer intern stalking Clinton for more sexual encounters.

Lewinsky has said that their affair was sparked by an incident on November 14, 1995, in the middle of the government shutdown when Lewinsky had been called in to help with the phones.

On that date there had been a surprise party for one of Clinton’s staffers, and at one point Lewinsky realized her thong was exposed while Clinton was near her in the room. 

Lewinsky opted to keep her thong out as Clinton walked by, and a short while later when she walked by his office, Clinton smiled at her and motioned for her to come into the room.

Lewinsky was described as being ‘in hot pursuit of Clinton’ from November 1995

Lewinsky is pictured meeting Clinton. The pair had an affair beginning November 1995 

She soon admitted to Clinton that she had a ‘crush’ on him, and not long after the two were kissing in the dark room.  

‘However wrong it was, however misguided, for who I was at that time, at 22 years old, it was how I felt,’ said Lewinsky, in a 2018 documentary.

Lewinsky went back to her desk after that first kiss and was then asked to return to the study later, when the two became more intimate.

It was the start of a relationship that would find the two meeting in secret once a week for almost two years. 

Tripp’s evidence refocused prosecutor Kenneth Starr’s investigation on Lewinsky and any laws that might have been broken.

Clinton was charged with lying under oath and obstruction of justice. 

He was impeached in December 1998 by the House but acquitted by the Senate.

During Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential election campaign, an Arkansas woman, Gennifer Flowers, revealed that she had had a 12-year extramarital relationship with Clinton, who at the time was governor of Arkansas.

She said that he had assisted her in securing a job as an administrative assistant.

Clinton admitted under oath that he had had a sexual relationship with her – but insisted it was a one-off encounter, in 1977.

Actress Elizabeth Gracen, Miss Arkansas winner Sally Perdue, and Dolly Kyle Browning, a real estate lawyer, all claimed that they had affairs with Clinton during his time as governor of Arkansas

Another Arkansas woman, Paula Jones, sued Bill Clinton for sexual harassment in 1994 – while he was president.

He denied it, but ultimately agreed to an out-of-court settlement, paying Jones and her lawyers $850,000 to drop the suit. 

Source: Read Full Article