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Billionaire GOP Donor Posts Then Deletes “Hillary Lesbian” Joke

A billionaire Democrat-turned-Republican hedge-fund manager posted a funny – but old – joke about Hillary Clinton before getting cold feet and deleting it.

On his Facebook page, Loeb – who despite raising money for GOP candidates now is a vocal supporter of same-sex marriage – made an old “lesbian” joke about Hillary Clinton, but deleted it after Politico asked about it.

“Dear Abby,” he posted May 9. “My husband is a liar and a cheat. He has cheated on me from the beginning, and when I confront him, he denies everything. What’s worse, everyone knows that he cheats on me. It is so humiliating. Also, since he lost his job 14 years ago, he hasn’t even look for a new one. All he does all day is smoke cigars, cruise around and shoot the bull with his buddies, while I have to work to pay the bills. Since our daughter went away to college he doesn’t even pretend to like me, and even hints that I may be a lesbian. What should I do? Signed Clueless.”

“Dear Clueless,” the post continues, “Grow up and dump him. Good grief woman! You don’t need him anymore! You’re running for President of the United States. Act like one.”

The joke isn’t Loeb’s … it’s been on the Internet and other places for some time – at least as far back as 2008.

Loeb, who bundled money for Barack Obama in 2008 before turning on him and backing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in 2012, has shown interest in a few of the GOP candidates this cycle.

Before Chris Christie became embroiled in the Bridgegate scandal, Loeb had publicly touted the New Jersey governor’s leadership style and urged him to run for president. But he’s been silent on Christie since, and has yet to commit publicly to any 2016 candidate.

Loeb’s office deleted the post and claimed he never posted it – which he clearly did.

“This widely circulated, old meme ended up on my Facebook page inadvertently and as soon as I was informed of it, I took it down,” Loeb said in a statement. “ As a longstanding public supporter of gay and women’s rights, it does not represent my views.”