Being a politician may seem easy but in real life, it is not. Being a good politician requires bravery and responsibility. You should be a symbol for the community that you are leading as you are elected by them.
Also, being a politician has to do about your family and about how you treat them. Today we are going to see some information on the dating life of some strong U.S politicians. This proves that they can manage their love life as good as they manage their community.
1. Barack Hussein Obama II
Barack Obama is the 44th president of USA. He was a president from 2009 to 2017. barack Obama married to his loving wife Michelle Obama. Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson were met at Chichago, She was employed as a summer associate at the Chicago law firm of Sidle Austin.
Michele joined Obama at several group social functions. She was first declining any dating requests from him. However, Barack Obama did not give up. He continued to chase Michelle so the eventually started dating later that summer.
They became engaged in 1991 and they have two daughters named Malia Ann and Sasha. Since then, the captured our hearts with their love and their respect to each other. Obama seems to mention his wife in almost every speech that he gives.
2. William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton
An American politician who served as the 42nd President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. He is married to Hillary Rodham. Their love story began in the library. After her graduation from law school, Bill took Hillary on her first trip to Europe.
The two landed in London, and Bill guided Hillary through all the city sites. As the sun was setting that first day, the couple found themselves standing on the shores of Lake Ennerdale and Bill proposed. Because she is thinking of her future she said “No’. Bill proposed again and again but she said “no”. After school, Hillary moved to Arkansas.
Not set on a career path, she decided to take a trip home to Chicago and to the East Coast to visit friends and check out prospective job offers.
On the way to the airport, she and Bill passed a red brick house near the university with a “For Sale” sign out front. “I casually mentioned that it was a sweet-looking little house and never gave it a second thought,” Hillary says. After a few weeks of travel, Hillary returned to Arkansas. When she landed at the airport, Bill was there to pick her up and said, “Do you remember that house you liked? Well, I bought it, so now you’d better marry me because I can’t live in it by myself.”
That time, Hillary said yes. Hillary and Bill married in the living room of their new home on October 11, 1975. A local Methodist minister and his wife officiated the ceremony as 15 of their closest friends and family looked on. Following the intimate ceremony, Hillary and Bill’s friends hosted a reception in their backyard where a few hundred friends gathered to celebrate.