Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Woman of the People to Spend Summer with Billionaires

What’s a filthy rich hypocrite to do? Mingle with the common folks, or fundraise among billionaires?

If you’re Hillary Clinton, that’s not much of a quandary. The only issue is how to spin that billionaire thing when your campaign is built around your common folkiness-thing.

So for the past several summers, Bill and Hillary have done what New York’s ultra-wealthy have done for decades: pack off for the summer to vacation with their own kind amid the prime beachside real estate of Long Island. In 2011 and 2012, the Clinton’s scrapped by with an eight-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot East Hampton rental with a heated pool. Only $200,000 a month.

Then, in 2013, they opted for an equally pricey six-bedroom mansion with a private pathway to the beach, where Clinton worked on her blockbuster memoir, Hard Choices, from a sunny office with an ocean view.

Last year, when speculation about Clinton’s presidential run reached a fevered pitch, the first couple chose the comparatively lower-key town of Amagansett, where they summered in modest seven-bedroom bluffside estate with sweeping views. A bargain at $100,000 for the month of August.

But in 2015, what’s a woman of the people to do?

Campaign aides have said Clinton will take a vacation in August, but they declined to comment on the specifics of when or where. Whether they rent there or not, the couple are expected to spend much of their vacation on the shores of Long Island, where their circle of New York friends and donors own luxe houses. The Clintons will also spend time in their old vacation haunt of Martha’s Vineyard, likely alongside President and Michelle Obama, to celebrate the 80th birthday of their friend and political hack Vernon E. Jordan Jr.

We also heard the fishingfundraising is pretty good this time of year among the common folks who rent $200k a month homes. Refreshed, Hillary will no doubt soon return to mingling with her subjects out on the campaign trail.